Manchester City are one victory away from snatching the Premier League title back off Liverpool and can clinch glory by overcoming Chelsea on Saturday.

Pep Guardiola's side already have Carabao Cup glory in the bag and secured their spot in the Champions League final this week by defeating Paris Saint-Germain, where their opponents will be Chelsea.

Saturday's clash at the Etihad Stadium will act as a dress rehearsal for the showcase final in Istanbul later this month and there's plenty to play for.

While City's Premier League triumph is a case of when rather than if, Chelsea sit just three points above fifth-place West Ham in the hunt for a top-four finish and Champions League qualification.

Here's everything you need to know about Saturday's match.

What channel is Man City vs Chelsea on?

Manchester City vs Chelsea is live on Sky Sports, with kick-off taking place at 17:30 BST. Coverage begins following Sheffield United's match against Crystal Palace and is followed by Liverpool's hosting of Southampton.

Can I stream Man City vs Chelsea?

Streaming access is available for those with a Sky Sports subscription. Alternatively, a Now TV pass can be purchased for access to the match.

What is the early team news?

Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel has ruled midfielder Mateo Kovacic out of contention for the game, with the player also missing the second-leg of the Champions League triumph against Real Madrid.

"We still have one more training to go, but Kova is out unfortunately still. We hope to bring him back maybe for Arsenal [on Wednesday] and then hopefully for Wembley. It will be tight, even for Arsenal, but for tomorrow he is sure out. Everybody else I think is available," he told reporters on Friday.

Cesar Azpilicueta could be rested following his involvement in midweek, which would likely mean a spot in the side for Reece James at right-back.

Meanwhile, Guardiola did not reveal any injury concerns in his pre-match press conference and City should have a full roster to choose from.