It's Manchester derby day as City host their great rivals, United, at the Etihad Stadium. It will be one of the most hotly contested Manchester derbies in years as both teams are in the race to finish in the top four and secure Champions League football for next season. Following their FA Cup exit to Arsenal at the weekend, Pep Guardiola's men will be keen to steady the ship and put some distance between the two sides in the league table. 4th placed City are currently just a single point ahead of 5th placed United. Jose Mourinho's United side look to have hit a good run of form at just the right time following victory over league leaders Chelsea and progression to the semi-finals of the Europa League. However, they'll know that if they don't manage to get a result in the Etihad then they'll almost certainly need to claim victories away to both Arsenal and Spurs if they are to guarantee themselves a fourth place finish. (Kick Off: 8.00pm)