Everything you need to know ahead of City's Premier League clash with Wolverhampton Wanderers...
When and where
Wolves travel to the Etihad in the Premier League on Monday 14 January, kick-off at 8pm GMT.
The game is being shown live on Sky Sports in the UK. Fans can follow our live Matchday Centre or our Twitter @ManCity for updates throughout the game.
Fans based outside the UK can find out where they can watch the match with our global TV listings...
Guardiola revealed in his press conference that Sergio Aguero and Vincent Kompany could be back for Manchester City when Wolves visit the Etihad on Monday.
Benjamin Mendy and Claudio Bravo remain long-term absentees.
Wolves have no new injury concerns and are likely to welcome back their best players after the FA Cup win over Liverpool saw them rest a number of first-team stars.
Diogo Jota returned from a hamstring injury in that game and he is likely to be involved at the Etihad.
The Last Time
The two sides last met in August at Molineux, playing out a 1-1 draw as Aymeric Laporte cancelled out Willy Boly's controversial opener.
There have been 118 meetings between the two sides, with City triumphing in 47.
There have been 25 draws and 46 defeats for the Blues.
Wolves' last visit to the Etihad saw the hosts emerge victorious on penalties, following a goalless draw, en route to the Final.
"We realised in the first game how complicated they would be.
"They are strong physically, make good runs in counter-attack. They defend well and deep, they control many areas.
"That is why they are doing incredibly well in the Premier League."
Referee: Craig Pawson
Assistants: Lee Betts, Eddie Smart
Fourth official: Chris Kavanagh
- City are unbeaten in their last 34 PL home matches against promoted sides, since a defeat to Reading in February 2007 under Stuart Pearce.
- David Silva is in line to make his 267th PL appearance, which would be more than any other City player in the competition’s history.
- Nuno Espirito Santo's side have won nine points from their seven matches against last season’s top six clubs (W2 D3 L2), more than any team outside of those six.
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