Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini has said that he hopes to file out a strong side against Chelsea in Sunday's FA Cup game.
Speaking at his press conference ahead of the big clash against Chelsea, Pellegrini said aside from the FA Cup, the Champions League is a competition they want to take very seriously.
"We always try to play with a strong team in every competition- they are all important but we must prioritise the Champions League.
"We couldn't play on the Saturday for some reason, so we will put out the best team we can."
He said the coming week will be a very important one in their season but wouldn't be a decisive one for them.
"It's not a break point- it's an important week as we can win the first title and we can make one step further in the Champions League.
"We never think about four trophies- we go game by game. We must focus our mind in the present."
He also commented on players who will be available for the Chelsea game.
"Sagna worked today after 10 days out. Mangala is injured, Nasri, De Bruyne and Bony are also out.
"Bony has started working on the pitch these last two days. He needs at least one week more.
"We have just 13 players available to play and have to play Champions League on Wednesday- we'll see the best team we can play on Sunday."