There is a much more relaxed feeling around Manchester City currently than at stage of last season. Last May, the Blues were ahead of Liverpool in the race for the Premier League title by a single point and had a banana skin in Aston Villa on the final day as Steven Gerrard tried to do his former side a favour.
This time, there will be no need for a dramatic turnaround to clinch the title having already lifted the trophy last weekend at home against Chelsea.
But Pep Guardiola has two finals to prepare, starting with the FA Cup. He takes his side to Wembley just six days after Sunday's final day trip to Brentford to take on arch-rivals Manchester United.
Guardiola named rotated sides in City's last two outings but is expected to field a stronger line-up to build up momentum ahead of the trip to London.Read more on manchestereveningnews.co.uk