City fans will aim to get Anfield rocking to The Poznan for the crucial game against Liverpool on Monday evening.
There are still a limited number of tickets remaining for the game that could see City go back into third position with a victory - United, Arsenal, Chelsea and Spurs all won their games this weekend to keep the pressure on the Blues.
Roberto Mancini has no fresh injury concerns for the game and will be looking to complete a rare double over Kenny Dalglish's side.
The Blues opened their home Premier League campaign against the Reds and beat them 3-0 with a goal from Gareth Barry and a brace from skipper Carlos Tevez.
A win on Monday would maintain City's top three status and be the perfect filip ahead of next week's FA Cup semi-final with Manchester United - a game Barry believes his team-mates have to forget about until the final whistle blows at Anfield.
"It's hard to forget about the United match," Barry said. "But this league game has to be our focus first. It's important we learn from losing out to Tottenham last year."
The hosts will be without Glen Johnson, Daniel Agger and Steven Gerrard - the latter being ruled out for the remaindr of the campaign.
Tickets are priced £46 and will be sold on a non-returnable basis - if you haven't got yours yet, there's still time to join the Blue Army heading for Merseyside.