We're quickly approaching the beginning of this weekend's Premier League action, and after West Ham United face Tottenham Hotspur at London Stadium on Friday, it will be Manchester City's turn to play on Saturday's lunchtime kickoff against Crystal Palace at Etihad Stadium.
There's no need to say how key this game is for both teams, but we'll say it anyway: City need four wins in their final four matches to guarantee Champions League qualification, and Palace need three more points to escape relegation. Their objectives are very different, but their need for a victory is the same.
Pep Guardiola and Sam Allardyce will be without some key players in this match: Pep will likely miss top scorer Sergio Agüero, who injured his leg last weekend and misses out this weekend along with defender John Stones, goalkeeper Claudio Bravo and midfielder Ilkay Gundogan. There are good news, though: David Silva has taken part in training during the week and should be available for selection again.
Big Sam has to cope with his three main central defenders injury, including loanee Mamadou Sakho who's made a huge impact since joining in January. Star midfielder Yohan Cabaye is also missing out due to injury.
This is the full list of injured players from both sides and their status for Saturday's game. There are no suspensions in this one.