Everything you need to know ahead of the Manchester derby...

When and where

City face Manchester United at the Etihad on Saturday 7 April, kick-off at 5.30pm (BST).

In the UK, the game will be shown live via Sky Sports but for those who can’t watch the game, don’t worry as we'll have live radio commentary right here on mancity.com, while you can also get live updates on the City Matchday App and Twitter.

For our full TV listings click here...

Team news

Sergio Aguero will undergo at fitness test to see if he is fit enough to return, while it remains to be seen whether Benjamin Mendy is at a level that allows him to be available for selection.

Jose Mourinho has confirmed that, Sergio Romero aside, he has a full squad to choose from, with Phil Jones, Marcos Rojo, Ander Herrera and Daley Blind all returning to training this week.

READ: City v United - Injury news

READ: Business as usual for Guardiola

Press conference

Pep Guardiola says City fans have a crucial role to play at the Etihad Stadium on Saturday evening.

WATCH: Pep: City fans have crucial role to play

Kyle Walker

Kyle Walker says Manchester City will head into Saturday's potential title-clinching derby against United armed with a special incentive. 

WATCH: Walker: Derby title win would mean world to fans

Derby countdown

WATCH: City v United: Derby Countdown

 

Last time

Our last encounter with United saw Pep's side secure a 2-1 victory at Old Trafford.

David Silva stabbed home from close range just before the break back in December 2017 and though Marcus Rashford levelled moments later, Nicolas Otamendi’s fifth goal of the season on 54 minutes proved to be the winner.

WATCH: Man United v City: Brief highlights

Referee

Martin Atkinson will take charge of the proceedings on Saturday afternoon with Lee Betts and Stephen Child as his assistants.