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Nathan Dyer puts Swansea ahead in cup final

Swansea City's Nathan Dyer (C) shoots to score during their English League Cup final soccer match against Bradford City at Wembley Stadium Credit: REUTERS/Eddie Keogh

Swansea fans are celebrating at Wembley Stadium after winger Nathan Dyer put them ahead against Bradford City in the first half.

Nathan Dyer celebrates after putting his team ahead Credit: EUTERS/Eddie Keogh

Cancer survivor 'loving his moment as Bradford mascot'

Jake Turton with ITV Sports Correspondent Natalie Pirks. Credit: ITV News

Cancer survivor and Bradford City supporter Jake Turton is having a fantastic day at Wembley after he lead his team out onto the pitch to face Swansea.

Bradford fans started a Facebook campaign for the club to make nine-year-old Jake a mascot after he survived a brain tumour.

Sports Correspondent Natalie Pirks said that when the teams came out Jake could be seen "waving and loving his moment as mascot for Bradford".


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Swansea City kick off against Bradford in Wembley final

Danish manager Michael Laudrup has directed Swansea to the League Cup final in his first season in charge. Credit: PA

Swansea City kick off against Bradford City in the final of the Capital One Cup at Wembley at 4pm.

It is Swansea's first major cup final in the club's 100-year history, and they are 90 minutes - plus extra time and penalties if required - away from winning their first major cup, and qualifying for European football next season.

League Two side Bradford also have history on their minds. They have knocked out three Premier League teams already, and become the first team from the fourth tier to play in a major Wembley final.

The ITV Sport website has live updates on the action.

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Brave Bantams mascots arrive at Wembley

Bradford City mascots Jake Turton and Ryan Siddall.

Bradford City's Wembley mascots Jake Turton and Ryan Siddall have arrived in London ready to lead out the Bantams on their big day.

Brave cancer survivor Jake, 9, has led the team out once before - when Bradford beat Aston Villa at Valley Parade in the semi-final first leg of the Capital One Cup.

But for Ryan,12, who won a gold medal in table tennis at last year's British Transplant Games after his dad donated him a kidney, today will be the first time he has led his City heroes out.

The club received special permission from the Football League to have two mascots.

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