The Premier League title could be wrapped up this weekend if Manchester City beat Manchester United in the derby at the Etihad Stadium tomorrow. City manager Pep Guardiola could decide to rest a few players with the second leg of their Champions League quarter final in mind. City trail Liverpool 3-0 from the first leg at Anfield so Guardiola has a choice to make but when will City get another chance to clinch the league title against their neighbours and in front of their own fans. Another issue for City to deal with is the Jose Mourinho factor. The United manager would love nothing more than to spoil the party and he won't really care how they do it as long as they avoid defeat. Ian Beach will be at the Etihad for us to soak up the atmosphere at keep us up to date on events.
Our commentary game comes from the Bet 365 Stadium where Stoke play Tottenham. Stoke are three points from safety with six games to play and history would suggest they haven't got much of a chance in this game. We were at Wembley earlier in the season when Spurs beat Stoke 5-1 and that was the fourth consecutive meeting between the two clubs that saw Spurs win by a four goal margin. Paul Lambert has won just one of his nine league games in charge of the Potters and that was his opening match against Huddersfield. Stoke still have to face West Ham, Crystal Palace and Swansea so all is not lost for them even if they lose tomorrow. Spurs have all but assured a top four finish following last week's 3-1 win at Chelsea, a result that extended their unbeaten run in the league to 13 games. Mauricio Pochettino's side are unbeaten in the league in 2018 and Harry Kane could start after making his comeback from injury off the bench at Stamford Bridge. Dave McIntyre and Gary Breen will be in the commentary box for us at the Bet 365.
We'll have reporters at all the grounds, including Goodison Park where Everton host Liverpool in the Merseyside derby. There are also some important games in the relegation battle with Brighton at home to Huddersfield, Swansea away to West Brom and Bournemouth taking on Crystal Palace.
Former Manchester United captain Bryan Robson will be this week's guest in the Boot Room. Robson will talk about his time at United and what it was like to play under Alex Ferguson. Robson won two Premier League titles at the club before he left and he'll talk about one of the most memorable Saturday afternoon's during the Ferguson reign. Robson had some injury problems that season but he came off the bench and was on the pitch when Steve Bruce scored two late goals against Sheffield Wednesday on April 10th in 1993:
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