When and Where?
This summer’s Super Match will be played at the Laugardalsvollur Stadium in Reykjavik at 2pm local time on Friday 4 August.
That’s a 3pm kick off for fans in the UK.
City: Bernardo Silva and Claudio Bravo are back in contention after an extended summer break due to their involvement in the Confederations Cup.
Benjamin Mendy and Ilkay Gundogan will miss out again through injury.
West Ham: Pablo Zabaleta could be set to face the Blues for the first time after departing at the end of last season while Joe Hart could face his parent club after joining the Hammers on loan.
Slaven Bilic handed Marko Arnautovic his debut against Werder Bremen and will have the Austrian available for the clash in Iceland while Javier Hernandez could also feature after linking up with the squad last week.
Pep Guardiola took his side to the London Stadium at the start of February 2017 and saw his side put in another stunning performance to claim the points in a 4-0 win.
The Blues opened the scoring in the 17th minute when Kevin De Bruyne slotted home from 12 yards out before City doubled their lead four minutes later.
Leroy Sane drove towards the area and took on two West Ham defenders before squaring to an unmarked at the back post for an easy finish.
The three points were all but sealed just before half time when Sane split the defence to pick out Raheem Sterling, who laid it off for Gabriel Jesus to apply the finish to make it 3-0.
The icing on the cake came in the 67th minute with Yaya Toure tucking home a penalty after Sterling was tripped in the area.