The Swans will be hoping to get something out of the game against last season’s champions in order to boast their chances of qualifying for Europe.
Both teams are coming in this game on the back of impressive win last week and but the game means more to the hosts then to the visitors.
Manchester City are almost certain to finish the league in the top three thus avoiding a potential Champions League qualifying round.
Swansea on the other hand, can leapfrog Southampton by winning their remaining games with other games going their way.
It will be the first time Swansea City will come up against their former star striker Wilfried Bony, who left the Liberty Stadium in January to sign for the Blue half of Manchester in January. Although Bony has made only a couple of starts since leaving Swansea and has only a single goal under his belt,
Manchester City are in a good form and it would be really hard for the Swans to get something out of the game.
The visitors are coming in this game on the back of four wins.
They thrashed QPR 6-1 in their last outing and would be looking to continue from where they left.
Swansea have some fitness concerns ahead of the Sunday game with Angel Rangel, Wayne Routledge, Kyle Naughton and Tom Carroll, all a major concern for the game.
Manchester City manager, Manuel Pellegrini, would like to field the same playing eleven that did so well against QPR last week.
However, there are some concerns regarding the fitness of midfielder, Samir Nasri, who is facing a late fitness test.
With the type of form Manchester City are in, it would be hard to imagine anything but them winning the game with ease at the Liberty Stadium this Sunday afternoon.