Manchester City can cement their place in the top four with a victory at home to city rivals, United on Thursday.
City experience the bitter disappointment of losing their FA Cup semi-final to Arsenal at Wembley and manager, Pep Guardiola, will expect an immediate response from his team.
The Wembley defeat means that Guardiola will now finish a season without a trophy for the first time in his managerial career. A statistic he was quick to play down. The former Barcelona and Bayern Munich supremo said, "I have been managing nine years and this is my first without a trophy. It had to happen and it happened. It will happen again if I manage a long time. But there are a lot of teams in Europe that won't win anything this season."
A win for Manchester City will be enough to see them leapfrog Liverpool and up into third place, but more importantly they will put a four-point gap between themselves and fifth-placed United in the race for Champions League qualification.
City's title challenge was ended after four winless games from March 8th through to early April. Two consecutive wins against Hull City and Southampton show that City have returned to winning ways.
The return to form has coincided with the return from injury of captain, Vincent Kompany. If the Belgian defender starts against United it will be the first time this season that he's started three games in a row.
The blue half of Manchester claimed the bragging rights when the two sides met at Old Trafford in September – City ran out 2-1 winners.
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