Manchester City midfielder Kevin De Bruyne will not be available for his club in the Manchester derby on Wednesday at Old Trafford.
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola confirmed that the midfielder suffered a muscular injury and could miss the rest of the season.
De Bruyne had been impressive for the Cityzens since he returned from knee-ligament damage injury that sidelined him for half of the season.
The Belgian will miss the FA Cup final against Watford in May and also the league games against Burnley, Brighton and Leicester City.
Manchester City are condemned to win against Manchester United to stand the chance of retaining the Premier League title as they currently, trail Liverpool who tops the league table and not giving up for the title race.