Manchester City will welcome Everton to the Etihad Stadium on Saturday lunchtime in what is expected to be an enthralling Premier League fixture.
The champions managed to beat Brentford 3-1 on Monday after going behind in the first half, while the visitors denied Tottenham Hotspur all three points at Goodison Park.
The Cityzens have not lost to the Toffees in their last five matches against Everton, winning four games and drawing one other in the period.
Moreover, Pep Guardiola’s side are unbeaten in their last 11 matches across all competitions moving into this clash.
Meanwhile, Everton have only two wins in the period and sit in the drop zone ahead of this game.
Should Sean Dyche’s side manage to avoid defeat, they can exit the relegation zone and overtake Luton Town in 17th place in the standings.
Following a hattrick in Monday’s clash against Brentford, Phil Foden is expected to keep his place in the starting XI alongside Erling Haaland in attack.
Ben Godfrey and Amadou Onana could play a part in this game for the visitors should they pass the fitness test.
The game is set to kick off at 12:30 GMT.