KICK off: 23 May 18:00
Team news: Ilkay Gundogan hobbled off the pitch in Man City’s loss to Brighton and will not be risked here, while Kevin De Bruyne is another whose fitness will be closely monitored. Guardiola is expected to name a slightly weakened side with the Champions League final in mind, which could see the likes of Nathan Ake, Aymeric Laporte and Sergio Aguero start. Aguero has been struggling with an injury issue, but this is his last home game for Man City and the club’s all-time leading goalscorer will be desperate to play a part. Joao Cancelo will play no part after his sending off against Brighton, meanwhile, so Kyle Walker is likely to start at right-back and Benjamin Mendy on the opposite side. As for Everton, they are without just one player for their final game of the season, with Jean-Philippe Gbamin still nursing an injury. There is no question that Ancelotti will field his strongest possible side at the Etihad Stadium, so expect Richarlison to link up with Dominic Calvert-Lewin in attack. Yerry Mina is back to fitness and will retain his place alongside Michael Keane, with Ancelotti unlikely to make any changes on the back of the midweek win against Wolves.
Prediction: Over 2,5 goals
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