City sit proudly at the top of the table with 51 points from a possible 63 and 10 wins out of 10 at home.
Few fans will need reminding that they also beat us at the Lane in the second match of the season - how things have changed.
Since that sobering afternoon in August, we've put together a run of 14 wins, four draws and just one defeat in 19 matches.
We sit third, five points behind City and two adrift of second-placed United, who travel to Arsenal on 'Super Sunday'.
"It’s another big game," said Harry. "We want to go there and get a result, play well and come away with something.
"We’ll go there with a positive team. We’ll work with the lads this morning (Friday) and look at how we’re going to play.
"But I wouldn’t want to go there and sit back. I believe we’ve players who can hurt them and we’ll be looking to take the game to them if we can.
"I think we can go there and play really well on Sunday. They will know they’ve had a game, for sure"
We travel to the Etihad Stadium for a 1.30pm kick-off and one of the biggest matches of the Premier League campaign so far.