Given Michael Laudrup's men have been safe for some time and City's title defence is now over, there will certainly not be the same amount of importance on the encounter as in last March, when a late Luke Moore goal secured a crucial victory for the home side.
Nevertheless, Davies maintains there will be no let up from the Capital One Cup winners as they look to respond from the 2-0 defeat at Chelsea and finally bring to an end their six-match winless streak.
"Manchester City is one we have to go into and hope to get something out of as otherwise this run will carry on," Davies told Wales Online.
"Beating City last season was probably our best Premier League win, it was one of the big scalps we have had. There is no reason why we can't go and do it again.
"We are a confident bunch of players and I am sure if we work hard then we can get something out of the game."