Manchester City go into this game having already been crowned champions of England after a superb second season under Pep Guardiola.

Last time out, they comfortably beat a very good Tottenham Hotspur side 3-1 at Wembley after goals from Gabriel Jesus, Raheem Sterling and Ilkay Gundogan.

With them being out of the Champions League and FA Cup, Guardiola can field a strong side against a relegation-troubled Swansea City who look like they may just avoid the drop.

Sergio Aguero is out after undergoing knee surgery to prepare him for the upcoming World Cup in Russia, while John Stones will also miss the match.

Even though the job is done for Man City, Guardiola’s high standards mean they will aim to perform at their best until the end of the season and try to pass 100 points.

Swansea may pose something of a difficult task as a win would really put them clear of the chasing pack down in the relegation zone.

The following is the potential starting line up that City may start with.