Manchester City’s participation in the Champions League quarter-finals means they face a congested fixture list next month.
They travel to Tottenham for the first leg of their European championship on Tuesday, April 9, before visiting South London five days later to face Crystal Palace in the league.
However, that match could well be moved, given Guardiola’s side would only have two days recovery before they host Tottenham for the return Champions League leg.
Spurs return to Manchester four days later on April 20 to face City in the Premier League, the third encounter between the two teams in just 11 days.
The clash between arch-rivals Manchester United on April 24 bringing the tricky run-in to an end.