Everything you need to know ahead of Manchester City's game under the Etihad lights next Wednesday against Cardiff...
When and Where
The game takes place at the Etihad Stadium on Wednesday 3rd April with kick-off at 7:45pm BST.
It will be shown live on Sky Sports for UK viewers – but you can also keep up-to-date with all the action via our Matchday Centre or our Twitter feed: @ManCity.
You can find out how to watch the game, wherever you are, via our global TV listings.
Sergio Aguero and Fabian Delph have both been ruled out with injury.
Claudio Bravo is training again but not ready to play.
Benjamin Mendy is fit to play.
Callum Paterson is out until the summer after an ankle operation.
Matthew Connolly and Sol Bamba are out while Jazz Richards is a major doubt.
Last Time Out
The Blues put on a dominant display at Cardiff back in September, running out 5-0 winners in the Welsh capital.
Sergio Aguero, on his 300th City appearance, Bernardo Silva and Ilkay Gundogan were all among the goals, while Riyad Mahrez opened his scoring account for the club with a second-half brace.
You can see highlights of the match below - more of the same this time round please, lads!
Pep Guardiola preview
"We know how we are going to play, it is a final every single game. And what I saw last game against Chelsea, they (Cardiff) are alive. They have spirit and do it well. They are not a team already done."
On Neil Warnock's reaction to Chelsea's controversial equaliser on Sunday: "Is there someone who cannot understand his reaction? It’s tough for the clubs, managers, players. Staying in Premier League is a big issue. I have empathy for his position. I understand completely about what he said."
Neil Warnock preview
“We go to Manchester City on Wednesday. It’s a game we’ve got to do our best in. They’ve got two teams in their squad and I doubt any of our boys could get in either of them.