With the Premier League slowly coming to an end, we will be experiencing big clashes before the end of the 2018/19 campaign.
On Wednesday, Manchester City will be traveling to Old Trafford in the battle for three points as the Cityzens is currently two points behind Liverpool in the Premier League table.
A win at the Old Trafford will automatically take City to the top of the table with only three games left to play.
Manchester United are fighting to keep their top four hopes alive having succumbed to a 4-0 defeat at the Goodision Park on Sunday.
Pep Guardiola’s side will be fighting for the domestic title to become the first club in history to win the English top-flight title two years consecutively.
Man City have gathered 86 points in 34 games so far this season, being only two points behind Liverpool who have played 35 games already.
Speaking about the record, City youngster Phil Foden said: “If we can do this, then people are going to have to start thinking that we’re one of the best teams ever, I couldn’t be in a better team.
“Every player wants to fight for the team and we’re unstoppable with that attitude.
“When we won the league last time we were miles in front but this is better because we’ve actually had a challenge, someone fighting with us.”
“It’s a very difficult game to go to United and play well, but I know we’re capable of doing it,” Foden said. “And if we win that one we’re a step closer. It’s all down to us, win all our games (and) we win the league.”
Foden helped Guardiola’s team to a victory against Tottenham on Saturday, scoring the only goal in the match.