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Goalkeeper Joe Hart expects Manchester City to recover from their midweek Champions League disappointment to keep their challenge for domestic honors on track at in-form West Ham Saturday.Hart isn't giving up on Europe and believes Premier League champions City will respond positively at West Ham as they look for a fourth successive league victory to close the gap on Premier League leaders Chelsea to two points before Jose Mourinho's side goes to Manchester United Sunday.City's away record in the Premier League is as good as Chelsea's, with three wins and a draw from their opening four games.The defending champions haven't lost in their last 10 games against West Ham and will have happy memories of their last meeting – a 2-0 win in May that saw City clinch their second Premier League title in three seasons.
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