Mario Balotelli and Roberto Mancini had a bust-up earlier today - Image courtesy of web.orange.co.uk
Another match I'll be watching with interest on Saturday is Manchester City's clash with Watford.
It seems like another day, another Mario Balotelli story.
This time, he's reportedly had a bust-up with Roberto Mancini on the training ground, and the pair had to be separated by members of the coaching team.
I think Balotelli is a good player, but there has to come a time where his behaviour has to stop.
It's either that, or City cut their losses with the enigmatic Italian.
He's causing more problems than he's worth, and it's not as if he's delivering on a regular basis for City.
Especially not this season.
It's a shame that this story has broken today, because City have seemed to be hitting their stride recently.
They're playing better and I'm sure this is the last thing they needed heading in to what will be a tough test against Watford on Saturday.
Gianfranco Zola's side have been impressive so far this season.
They're sitting in the play-off positions right now and, from what I've seen on TV, Watford play some great football.
If football was played on paper, then Watford would have no chance.
But football isn't played on paper and the disruption caused by Mario Balotelli this week might unsettle City.
I still think they'll come through, but it won't be easy.
Prediction: Manchester City win