Guardiola says that the Premier League game against Chelsea will not have impact on the Champions League.
Manchester City and Chelsea will play in the Premier League later today before both teams will meet in the Champions League.
City boss Guardiola admits before the game that the clash will not have impact on the Champions League game.
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The two Premier League team qualified for the UEFA Champions League final after they opted out of the Super League.
The Catalan While speaking with Journalist said: “First of all, congratulations to them for reaching the final.
“They made two good performances against the king of that competition in Real Madrid.
“If we played the final in one week, six days, maybe it could [be significant], but after tomorrow there are 21 or 22 days.
“Many things can happen. We just have to focus. It is so important to think of the Premier League.
“Of course, it is the opponent we’re going to face in the final but we’re going to try to play with the players suited to the way they play.”
If City should win the game against Chelsea, they will be crowned the Premier League Champion.
“I’ve always said the Premier League is the most important title,” he added.
“We have four games left to get one victory and tomorrow we will try to get it.
“Right now, believe me when I say, there is not one thought about the final of the Champions League because we do not have the Premier League in our hands.
“When we have the Premier League, after the focus will be the final of the Champions League and everything will be related to the final.
“I am a cautious guy. In sport you don’t talk about it until you have it. We still need points.”