It appears that there will be no fourth upset of a Premier League side for Bradford City. They've looked very much overmatched by Swansea City in the League Cup final thus far, and deservedly trail 2-0 at the halftime break. The Swans have been a different class, and look like they'll have no problem holding on for a victory.
Kieran Dyer scored Swansea's first with a simple finish at the back post, set up by Michu. Swansea's Spanish striker got himself in position to take a powerful shot, low and to the far post, which was saved by Matt Duke. However, the Bantams' keeper couldn't tip the ball far enough away from the goal, and Dyer powered a shot into the back of the net on the end of a great run to the back post.
In the 40th minute, Michu was able to beat Duke, putting Bradford into a situation that they'll struggle to pull themselves out of. Poor defending allowed Pablo Hernandez to find Michu easily in the box, and he finished between the legs of a Bradford defender to double his side's lead.
For the entirety of the match, Swansea have been able to control possession and Bradford don't look capable of winning the ball off them. None of the Bantams' counters have looked particularly dangerous, and it will become harder to counter as Swansea are less willing to commit men forward. It will take a downright miracle for the League Two side to get back into this final.