Manchester City will be hoping to get their Champions League group stage campaign back on track against Club Brugge after losing 2-0 to Paris Saint-Germain in their last European fixture at the end of September.
Pep Guardiola's men have won one and lost one so far in the groups after defeating RB Leipzig 6-3 in Manchester before losing the aforementioned match in Paris.
Their next two fixtures are the double header against Club Brugge, both of which they will be expected to win even if the Belgian side have been hugely impressive so far with a win and a draw against RB Leipzig and PSG.
Since the loss against PSG, Man City have drawn against Liverpool and defeated Burnley.
At the weekend, Guardiola made a few changes to his starting XI versus the Clarets so expect more on Tuesday as he continues to rotate.
Ederson was unavailable for Premier League action due to arriving back late from commitments with Brazil on international duty, but he should be fine to return.
Kyle Walker and Ruben Dias were rested from the line-up against Burnley but they should return in a back four alongside Aymeric Laporte and Joao Cancelo.
Ilkay Gundogan is fit and available again and made the bench for the last game, but Guardiola could continue with Rodri, Bernardo Silva and Kevin De Bruyne as the midfield three.
Silva scored at the weekend and been in superb overall form.
In attack, Raheem Sterling was given a rare start this season against Burnley but he will likely drop out for Jack Grealish, who was also rested on Saturday.
Riyad Mahrez could also drop out if Guardiola opts to bring in Gabriel Jesus on the right flank, with Phil Foden through the middle.
Ferran Torres is out until the new year with a fractured foot.