Last Updated: 17/05/15 3:27pm
SWANSEA 2-4 MAN CITY: What a game! Good attacking football from both teams made this perfect for the neutral. City take the win but Swansea had them on the ropes for a while.
SWANSEA 2-4 MAN CITY: Screams of a penalty in the Swansea box after Aguero dances his way through, but the referee waves play on.
SWANSEA 2-4 MAN CITY:BONY! The striker doesn't really celebrate as he scores a tap-in against his former club.
SWANSEA 2-3 MAN CITY:Emnes takes the set-piece and sends it straight into the wall of Manchester City defenders.
SWANSEA 2-3 MAN CITY:Hart again with another strong save. This time it's a double-handed save to deny Gomis.
SWANSEA 2-3 MAN CITY:Hart with a superb save as the ball looked to be heading for the top left-hand corner of his goal after Fernandez' bullet header! The England international somehow pushes it over the bar.
SWANSEA 2-3 MAN CITY:Vincent Kompany replaces Fernandinho. Pellegrini clearly feels Swansea are still a threat.
SWANSEA 2-3 MAN CITY: Barrow cuts through the City defence after collecting Sigurdsson's pass, but his cross into the box is blocked.
SWANSEA 2-3 MAN CITY: Fernandinho hangs his leg in the way of Barrow's run and is injured and booked for his efforts.
SWANSEA 2-3 MAN CITY: Fabianski is beaten by Toure as City retake the lead. The shot flies under the goalkeeper's outstretched arm, and Swansea have 15 minutes to get back into this game.
SWANSEA 2-2 MAN CITY: City are piling forward as they search for the goal to give them all three points. Williams gets in the way of another Silva cross to concede a corner. Mangala gets his head to the ball but it goes straight to Fabianski. Again.
SWANSEA 2-2 MAN CITY: Gomis scores the equaliser after some awful defending from the visitors. He plays the offside trap perfectly after latching onto Richards long ball to beat Hart.
SWANSEA 1-2 MAN CITY: Kolarov's corner goes straight to Navas in the middle of the box and his chip lands perfectly in Fabianski's hands. The goalkeeper sends it up the pitch but the Swans attack is halted when Zabaleta takes out Shelvey and receives a yellow card.
SWANSEA 1-2 MAN CITY: Lampard leaves the Liberty Stadium pitch for the final time, to be replaced by Navas.
SWANSEA 1-2 MAN CITY: Silva nicks the ball off Dyer the Williams returns the favour and the captain takes a shot, but he doesn't get a good connection and Hart smothers it.
SWANSEA 1-2 MAN CITY: Shelvey is looking for a goal as his 25 yard effort has Hart shouting at his defenders as he pushes it around his far post. The home side are getting back into the game helped by City's sloppy passing.
SWANSEA 1-2 MAN CITY: Shelvey sends a lopping cross into the box and although Zabaleta gets a head to it isn't cleared. It falls to Lampard who heads towards the Swansea goal but his shot is easily saved by Fabianski.
SWANSEA 1-2 MAN CITY: City are defending in large numbers but they break quickly through Silva and Aguero, only to see Milner's cross is blocked by Williams.
SWANSEA 1-2 MAN CITY: The first yellow of the game goes to Milner after he halts Montero's run. The resulting free-kick falls perfectly for Hart.
SWANSEA 1-2 MAN CITY: That goal was Sigurdsson's seventh of the season, equaling the season high he achieved in 2011-12. Also with Swansea.
SWANSEA 1-2 MAN CITY: What a half of football! City still lead but that 45th minute goal from Sigurdsson will give Swansea belief. Two attacking sides should make for an exciting second-half.
SWANSEA 1-2 MAN CITY: And it is game on. Montero cuts in from the left and that man Sigurdsson is there at the edge of the box to smash it home.
SWANSEA 0-2 MAN CITY:If Swansea could get a goal before the break, it could lift their heads and the crowd's voices.
SWANSEA 0-2 MAN CITY: A frustrated Gomis gives away a needless free-kick as he trips and appears to stand on Mangala at this near touchline.
SWANSEA 0-2 MAN CITY: City could have had a penalty after Lampard goes down in the box but the referee waves play on. We've seen them given before.
SWANSEA 0-2 MAN CITY: City currently looking a different team from the opening 20 minutes. It could be a long six minutes until half-time for Swansea.
SWANSEA 0-2 MAN CITY: A lovely goal for Milner. Lampard's long pass finds Aguero down the left and he plays in Milner on the edge of the box. The midfielder shoots across Fabianski and the ball goes in at the far post. What a turnaround.
SWANSEA 0-1 MAN CITY: Gomis has a chance to get the leveller but again he's unable to really trouble Hart.
SWANSEA 0-1 MAN CITY: Cork nearly has a howler after the ball bounces off his knee as he tries to clear, but luckily Fabianski is there to collect.
SWANSEA 0-1 MAN CITY: Swansea are still on the attack as they look to make their possession count. Shelvey side foots the ball to Gomis just outside the box but he can't control it. City break and Kolarov sends the ball across the goal for Lampard, but Taylor is there to send it over the bar.
SWANSEA 0-1 MAN CITY: Garry Monk will hope his side don't let their heads drop as they had been the better side for much of the opening 20 minutes.
SWANSEA 0-1 MAN CITY: Fabianski will be disappointed with that goal. Silva plays in Toure on the edge of the box and the midfielder shoots through a crowd of players. The 'keeper did get a hand to the ball, but he's thwarted by the deflection off Williams' shin pad.
SWANSEA 0-0 MAN CITY: City are finally getting into the game as Lampard and Toure link-up well, but Williams clears to give City a corner which is then cleared by Shelvey.
SWANSEA 0-0 MAN CITY: The ball is in the back of the net after Aguero latches onto Lampard's through ball, but the striker is offside. Replays suggest it was the correct decision.
SWANSEA 0-0 MAN CITY: A superb save by Hart after Mangala doesn't clear the ball, allowing it to bounce and Dyer is there to make the most of his mistake and take a shot. Hart comes out and pushes it wide of the far post.
SWANSEA 0-0 MAN CITY: Silva finally gets on the ball for City and Dyer sloppily catches his ankle as the Spaniard passes to Kolarov. The visitors have a free-kick about 30 yards from goal. Kolarov manages to get it over the wall but it's wide of the goal.
SWANSEA 0-0 MAN CITY: City are living dangerously with Shelvey playing a lovely ball through the City back-line and Gomis looks to be through on goal but Kolarov recovers well to clear the danger.
SWANSEA 0-0 MAN CITY: sigurdsson takes the corner and Gomis jumps highest but can't get his head over the ball and it sails over the bar.
SWANSEA 0-0 MAN CITY: Shelvey crosses from the right and the ball looks to be going out but the lively Montero is there to keep it in play. Zabaleta heads out to give Swansea a corner.
SWANSEA 0-0 MAN CITY: Gomis with a great chance. Montero cuts in from the left and passes to Taylor - who was miles offside. Gomis can't get the defenders pass under control and skies his shot into the crowd. The Swans are looking very good right now.
SWANSEA 0-0 MAN CITY:The home team are definitely more positive of the two at the moment, with their defenders pushing up high as Fernandez plays out from the back.
SWANSEA 0-0 MAN CITY:Fernadinho gives away a free-kick with a needless tackle and Shelvey steps up to take. He sends it along the floor and City easily clear it.
SWANSEA 0-0 MAN CITY:City need Toure to be at his best if they are to really trouble Swansea today. He has been involved, with a few simple passes that led to nothing.
SWANSEA 0-0 MAN CITY: Save from Hart from Gomis. A great through ball by Shelvey finds the striker and he weaves his way through the visiting defenders but there is not enough power in his shot to test the England goalkeeper.
SWANSEA 0-0 MAN CITY: The home side already look keen to attack with Sigurdsson pushing up as they look to get the ball in behind the Manchester City defence.
Fabianski had a superb game against Arsenal at the Emirates, with support from his defense. Can he make it to 'man of the match' awards in a row?
The teams are in the tunnel and we are five minutes from kick-off, at the start of another Super Sunday.
As many clubs have found, you cannot forget about Frank Lampard. Can he get on the score-sheet in what is like to be his penultimate game in the Premier League?
The match could be won in midfield today with Gylfi Sigurdsson directly involved in (scored or assisted) 36.4% of Swansea's Premier League goals this season. Since returning from Tottenham he has been a key man for Garry Monk's team.
With just over 15 minutes until kick-off, the players are warming up on the gorgeous pitch at the Liberty Stadium.
Our Sky Sports pundit Paul Merson gave his prediction ahead of today's game. He said: 'Man City seem to be playing well again now and are finally back to their best form of earlier in the season after last week's thrashing of QPR. I just cannot see them losing this one. I think City will be too strong and have too much for Swansea here, winning 3-1.'
PELLEGRINI: 'Football is always a state of mood and at this moment it's a good moment for our team. If we win our games we have more possibilities to get second place. That's the place to be if you can't win the title, so it's important to try and finish the season playing the way we are.'
FANCY A PUNT? Manchester City are Sky Bet's 4/6 favourites on Super Sunday, with Swansea 15/4 to cause another upset and 3/1 to secure a draw. City's thumping of QPR combined with the Swans beating Arsenal saw Manuel Pellegrini's men cut from 6/4 to just 2/7 to secure second spot. Sergio Aguero heads the first goalscorer betting at 100/30 and is 20/1 for another hat-trick, while Bafetimbi Gomis is considered the hosts' main threat at 8/1.
Wilfried Bony will start on the bench against his old club as City look to secure second spot and automatic Champions League qualification.
Swansea are currently 8th in the league and will go into this game full of confidence, while Manchester City need to give their fans something to cheer after losing the Premier League title to Chelsea.
MAN CITY XI: Hart, Zabaleta, Demichelis, Mangala, Kolarov, Fernandinho, Milner, Toure, Lampard, Silva, Aguero.
SWANSEA XI: Fabianski, Richards, Fernandez, Williams, Taylor, Cork, Shelvey, Dyer, Sigurdsson, Montero, Gomis.