This game is one that the fans of Manchester City have been waiting for a long time now as they could potentially win the Premier League title with a win here.
Their 3-0 loss to Liverpool on Wednesday would have affected their confidence and Pep Guardiola would have his mind on reversing that scoreline on Tuesday that may see a much-changed line up here.
They have lost just once all season and have 7 wins from their last 8 Premier League games, they have won all but one of their last 15 home games, beating the likes of Liverpool, Chelsea, Tottenham, and Arsenal.
Manchester United would be looking to delay Manchester City’s title celebration in this game. They are currently 2nd on the league table with a huge 16 points gap between them and they are just two points ahead of Liverpool who are 3rd.
Their 2-0 win over Swansea made it 4 wins on the bounce for them in the Premier League. They have, however, struggled away to the top sides having been beaten at both Spurs and Chelsea while drawing at Liverpool.