City will hope to halt a run of three straight defeats as they look to wrap up the league title.
City had the chance to claim the domestic crown against their city rivals in last Saturday's derby at the Etihad Stadium, only to surrender a 2-0 half-time lead to lose 3-2.
Guardiola cited two examples of high-profile sporting collapses when examining his own team's prospects - Real Madrid's miserable finish to the 2003/04 Primera Liga season, and Golden State Warriors' failure to win basketball's NBA Finals in 2016. "They do great pressing and have a lot of talented players, like [Mousa] Dembele, [Jan] Vertonghen, Dele Alli, [Christian] Eriksen, Son [Heung-min] and [Harry] Kane is their top scorer". Real Madrid, years ago, lost [five] games in a row and didn't win the league.
And manager Pep Guardiola says the Argentina forward could not train after that incident, but pushed himself in an unsuccessful attempt to rescue City's European campaign in the final 24 minutes of the second leg against Liverpool. The players know it is not done. It's not necessary to say that.
"It can happen, no doubt about that".
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"Never before in the National Basketball Association had one team in the final recovered from 3-1 down". "You can win the Champions League by playing a good seven games but not the league".
City dropped just two points in their first 22 league matches this season, with that unbeaten sequence finally ended by a 4-3 defeat at Liverpool on January 14.
"The fact is that since November or December we were already champions". And a couple of years ago the Cavaliers won three games in a row to recover from 3-1 down - something that had never happened before in the National Basketball Association finals - and beat the Warriors 4-3.
"It's in our hands". "It's in our hands, we don't depend on anyone else, and that's a good advantage", he said. So we have six games.
"He played the last 20 minutes [against Liverpool] and after the game said: 'I can not run, I have a lot of pain, I can not run.' I don't know about Swansea [City, on Sunday-week] if he'll be ready but hopefully for the last games if we need him and especially for the World Cup".