Manchester City travel to Stamford Bridge as the Blues bid to seal their place in the Premier League’s top four.

The team will be confident on the back of progressing to the semi-finals of the Champions League after beating Paris St Germain in their mid-week quarter-final second leg.

Their opponents Chelsea are already preparing for next season after appointing Antonio Conte as the successor to interim boss Guus Hiddink following Jose Mourinho’s departure early this season.

When is Chelsea v Manchester City on TV and where can I watch it?
Chelsea vs Manchester City will be held at Stamford Bridge on Saturday, April 16, and the game will kick off at 5.30pm. The game will be screened live on Sky Sports 1 and there will be hightlights on Match of the Day at 10.25pm on Saturday on BBC1.

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Who could be in the City squad?
David Silva will sit out the trip to Chelsea to further rest an ankle problem.

The Spaniard also missed last week’s victory over West Brom as a precaution against an injury that he has been playing with for some time.
Captain Vincent Kompany (calf) is pushing to return for Tuesday’s game at Newcastle while forward Raheem Sterling (groin) could also be back in contention after missing the last four games.

Provisional squad: Hart, Caballero, Sagna, Zabaleta, Otamendi, Mangala, Demichelis, Kolarov, Clichy, Toure, Fernando, Fernandinho, Delph, De Bruyne, Navas, Nasri, M Garcia, Aguero, Bony, Iheanacho.

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Manuel Pellegrini on Kevin de Bruyne’s return to Chelsea: “I think Kevin is a very professional player that tries to play very well in every game and tries to be at the top of the table in every competition with Manchester City. I think that is his only feelings.

“He is a very young player. It depends how he improves in the next year but he is a player that kicks the ball very well and he gets goals, and for me, a player that gets goals is the most important thing.

“I think we will see Kevin improve in every season here in the next few years in England.”

Key question – how many kids will play?
Simon Bajkowski says: These two clubs are perceived to have the best academies in the country and will meet again in the FA Youth Cup final on Monday.

For all their talent at youth level, promoting players in to the first team is an increasingly heavy albatross weighing both down with no notable successes for either in recent years.

Eight City youngsters were included in the FA Cup game at Stamford Bridge, but it would be a mild surprise if even one of those got game time on Saturday