By Dan Ripley for MailOnline
Published: 17:04 GMT, 9 February 2020 | Updated: 17:04 GMT, 9 February 2020
Manchester City face huge fixture congestion issues following the postponement of their Premier League clash with West Ham United.
Pep Guardiola's side were due to take on the Hammers on Sunday only for the match to be called off, citing the adverse weather conditions from Storm Ciara that the club insisted put staff and supporters' safety at risk.
With City in the Carabao Cup final, still competing in the FA Cup and also in the hunt to win the Champions League, it leaves Pep Guardiola's team with a potentially packed schedule between now and the end of the season.
Manchester City's match with West Ham United was called off on Sunday due to poor weather
The match with West Ham is set to be rescheduled in due course but it comes with their match against Arsenal in the top flight already needing to be rescheduled for another date following's City's Carabao Cup final showdown with Aston Villa happening on the same weekend.
As it stands, City will return to action on February 22 at Leicester City following a 20-day break.
But after that, mid-week commitments mean they will not have a free weekend or midweek until the week starting March 9 at the earliest.
Pep Guardiola's side face a relentless schedule should they progress