Ki Sung-Yueng hopes for back-to-back Capital One Cup triumphs with Sunderland tomorrow.

Ki tasted glory last season with Swansea City.

"It will be a totally different game to last year," said Ki, who joined Sunderland from Swansea on a season-long loan.

"Last season was quite easy against Bradford, but this time, it's a proper final.

"If we win this game, it will be a better feeling than last year.

"Playing against Bradford compared to City is completely different. If we win, you get a lot more satisfaction."

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