Manchester City will play Tottenham THREE times in the space of 11 days.
The Premier League leaders have drawn Spurs in the Champions League quarter-finals with both ties taking place in April.
Spurs host City in the first leg on April 9th with the return fixture (April 17th) a week after.
Three days after the second leg, they meet again but this time in the league. City entertain Spurs on Saturday 20th April in a crunch Premier League game.
That's three meetings within 11 hectic days.
Oh, and there's the small matter of the Manchester derby.
City travel to Old Trafford on 24th April to face cross-town rivals United in a huge league showdown.
Meanwhile, United face Guardiola's former side Barcelona in the Champions League quarter-finals and the Spanish manager has shared his thoughts on the 'fascinating' tie.
"Two incredible stadiums, incredible clubs, incredible players on both sides," he said.
"in the Champions League you get fascinating games and it will be two great games to watch."
Anyway, City resume their FA Cup campaign on Saturday as they play Championship outfit Swansea City for a spot in the semi-finals.
With the Carabao Cup boxed off, will City win the quadruple?
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