Saturday's consummate victory over Everton has set in motion a potentially historic spell for City.
The Blues face reds of varying shades in three huge games, with the two-legged Champions League quarter-final against Liverpool coming either side of what could be the Premier League title-clinching game against United.
There are bound to be twists and turns along the way and there's a definite sense of being buckled into a rollercoaster ride at this point of proceedings!
Here's a day-by-day run down of what to look out for once the Bank Holiday weekend is over...
Tuesday 3 April
The Champions League build-up begins in earnest. Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp will hold his press conference before Pep Guardiola and one of the Blues' first team stars face the media ahead of the last-eight first-leg clash at Anfield. City will go through their paces in a partly open training session too - and we'll have live coverage of all of that across our channels.
Will Sergio Aguero recover from a knee injury in time to take part in the game? And will Fabian Delph and Benjamin Mendy come into the selection equation following injury? You'll be able to find out when Guardiola provides his team news update.
Wednesday 4 April - Liverpool v City - Anfield, 7.45pm KO (Champions League)
It's game day and a fascinating first leg is in prospect. Both sides are packed full of attacking intent and City will no doubt be hunting for those all-important away goals. The last time City visited Liverpool in the league we lost 4-3 and the Blues have won just once in 37 years at Anfield. That stat alone tells you the severity of the task - but records are there to be broken!
We'll have live coverage across all our channels with live radio and text commentary on our Match Day Centre. Check out TV information here.
Thursday 5 April
A day to take stock following the first leg. Boss Guardiola will no doubt take a fitness check on his stars after what will have been an intense evening on Merseyside. We'll have all the match highlights and player spotlights running live on ManCity.com.
Friday 6 April
All eyes will switch to the Manchester derby, with Guardiola facing the press just after lunchtime to deliver his latest thoughts and team news; we'll have live coverage of that across our channels. Watch out for a bumper edition Inside City on Friday evening too for your access all areas pass to the week so far.
Saturday 7 April - City v United - Etihad Stadium, 5.30pm KO (Premier League)
The equation is simple: win and City will be Premier League champions for the 2017/18 season. The evening kick-off should allow anticipation to build and everything is set for an electric atmosphere inside the Etihad Stadium. The home derby is always one of the season's highlights and this has the potential to deliver for fans in a serious way.
The weather forecast suggests there is even a chance of a relatively mild day (remember those?).
We'll have live coverage across all our channels with live radio and text commentary on our Match Day Centre. The game will be broadcast by Sky Sports in the UK.
Sunday 8 April
Whatever happens against United, there will be little time to dwell on it with the second leg of the Champions League against Liverpool hurtling over the horizon. For the players at least, focus will soon switch to the Etihad return leg with Klopp's men.
Monday 9 April
Guardiola and a player will face the media in the build-up to City v Liverpool, while there will be a partly-open training session for the world's cameras. We'll have live coverage of it all across our channels!
Tuesday 10 April - City v Liverpool - Etihad Stadium, 7.45pm (Champions League)
City's Champions League quarter-final clash with Liverpool reaches its conclusion here. Following the Everton game, Guardiola was clear that his focus is on European progression and this match represents the culmination of that mission. Barring a freak result in the first leg this evening will be a tense and thrilling affair.
We'll have full coverage including radio and text commentary on our matchday centre.
Who knows how these eight days will play out - and that's the beauty of sport!