The Champions League semi-final between Manchester United and City will be played on Saturday.
The home leg will be a 3-2 defeat for Man UtD as the two teams clash in the last eight of the competition.
The game, which was scheduled to kick off at 8pm local time on Sunday, was postponed to 8pm on Saturday because of the recent outbreak of the coronavirus in Europe.
Man Utd’s record against City this season is 11-5-4 and the visitors have not lost a home game at Old Trafford since March 11.
A win for the visitors would be their first at the Etihad Stadium in 26 games, including the 3-0 victory in September 2014.
Jose Mourinho’s men are second in the table with 12 points, but have conceded just twice in their last seven games in all competitions.
They have won the last four meetings at the King Power Stadium, with the visitors having only drawn once at the Stadium of Light in all competition.
City have won six of their last eight meetings with United having won three of those meetings, including a 2-2 draw at Old Lady Stadium in September 2016.
United have not won a league match at the Emirates Stadium since April 11, 2009, with Manchester United losing 2-0 at Old Vic Stadium in January 2016.