FA Cup action returns this weekend with the semi-finals set to take place.
Chelsea will be taking on Man City, while Leicester face Southampton in two giant domestic matches.
Latest - City must bounce back after stunning Leeds defeat
The Premier League leaders lost for only the second time in 29 games in all competitions on Saturday as they were beaten 2-1 after Guardiola made seven changes to the side.
With a comfortable lead at the top of the table and Wednesday's quarter-final second leg against Borussia Dortmund to plan for amid a continuing quadruple bid, Guardiola could perhaps be forgiven for focusing his attention elsewhere.
Despite the shocking defeat to 10-man Leeds United, City could quickly turn things around by progressing through to the semi-finals of the Champions League, along with the final of the FA Cup in just a matter of days.
How to watch Chelsea vs Man City
Both FA Cup semi-finals will be shown live on BBC One, which is available to all viewers in the UK.
The game, a repeat of the 2018 final, will also be streamed on BBC iPlayer and online, with various commentary options.
BBC Chelsea vs Man City Schedule
Emirates FA Cup Semi-Final - Coverage to start from 4:30pm on Saturday, 17 April (BBC One)
All times UK
How to watch FA Cup Semi-Finals in the USA
FA Cup matches can be seen exclusively on ESPN+ in the US.
Both semi-finals will be streamed live in English and Spanish.
ESPN+ will also provide highlights and analysis of FA Cup games throughout the weekend on its "ESPN FC" show, including a special recap edition on Sunday, 18 April.
An ESPN+ subscription will cost you $5.99 per month or $59.99 annually.
It can also be bundled in with Disney+ and Hulu for $12.99 per month, or you can choose to remove the ads on Hulu for $18.99 per month.
Chelsea vs Man City FA Cup Semi-Final Date
Both of this season's FA Cup semi-finals will be held at Wembley Stadium and will go to extra-time and penalties if the scores are level after 90 minutes and extra time.
The FA Cup semi-final between Chelsea and Man City will take place on Saturday, 17 April, with the action set to kick-off at 5:30pm BST / 12:30pm EST.
Chelsea handed a massive injury blow ahead of FA Cup semi-finals
N'Golo Kante is out of Chelsea’s clash with West Brom – and is likely to miss next week’s Champions League quarter-final against Porto, along with the FA Cup semi-final against Man City.
The France midfielder suffered a torn hamstring on international duty and is training alone while he recovers.
Better news for Thomas Tuchel is Thiago Silva’s return from a thigh injury and Tammy Abraham’s recovery from an ankle problem.