Manchester City will have to wait for news of the injury to their midfielder David Silva.
Premier League match report: Man City 3-1 West Brom
Manchester City's title hopes suffered a setback last night after being held to a home draw by the league's bottom club Sunderland.
David Silva could miss Manchester City's Barclays Premier League title run-in after being stretchered off in the second half of Monday night's 3-1 win over West Bromwich Albion at the Etihad Stadium.
Silva suffered a recurrence of a recent ankle problem and City's medical staff will spend Tuesday determining whether the Spaniard will be fit enough to play some part in his team's last four games of the season.
Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini says he's concentrating on his own team, not their title rivals.
The manager also wouldn't be drawn on evaluating his team's season until they've played all 38 matches.
City face West Brom in the Premier League on Monday, they're nine points behind Liverpool with two games in hand.
Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini feels confident his players will not suffer a hangover from their last result when they host West Brom this evening.
Pellegrini claimed after City were held to a surprise 2-2 home draw by Sunderland that his men had still had the disappointment of their 3-2 defeat at table-toppers Liverpool from the previous Sunday on their minds.
– Manchester city boss Manuel Pellegrini
I think it was more difficult between Liverpool and Sunderland. Now we have more time for the team to recover.
I think that we are all conscious that we cannot play in the same way that we played against Sunderland.
And I think it will not be so difficult (to raise players' spirits) as for the last game."
The results against Sunderland and Liverpool have dealt significant blows to City's title challenge.
Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini insists he is not worried by the possibility of the club being sanctioned by UEFA for breaching financial fair play (FFP) rules.
City are among a number of clubs, including Paris St Germain, that are having their cases considered this week by UEFA's Club Financial Control Body's (CFCB) which will decide if they have committed breaches of the break-even rules.
Asked if he was worried about the possibility of sanctions, he said:
– MAN CITY MANAGER MANUEL PELLEGRINI.
No. First of all it is important to know what UEFA will have to say and then we can have an opinion.
It is important for the club but I am not the person in charge of those kinds of things.
Manchester City will find out this week whether they will face sanctions over possible breaches of new financial rules put in place by European football's governing body UEFA.
UEFA’s Club Financial Control Body (CFCB) will meet on Tuesday and Wednesday to discuss 76 cases, including Manchester City.
The Daily Telegraph is reporting that City will be found guilty by the CFCB. However, the club won't face a transfer ban, as the newspaper suggests. It is not one of the sanctions available to UEFA.
Any punishment would be decided in May.