Shot stopper has already won the title two years ago with City.
Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart says that it will be “fun” trying to keep out the in-form Liverpool strike partnership of Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge when the two teams meet in what have billed as being a Premier League title decider at Anfield on Sunday afternoon, according to exclusive reports in The Times.
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The England international is relishing the prospect of standing between the Reds and a first top-flight league championship since 1990 this weekend.
However, as Hart also explains in the Daily Mail, the experience that City have gone through previously when winning the Premier League title for the very first time two years ago will stand them in good stead in this season’s title run-in.
“I have been lucky that a lot of my career so far has been pretty exciting,” said Hart, speaking on behalf of the Gillette Great Start programme.
“There has always been stuff coming up or things on the horizon and right now we are in the thick of a title race.
“I don’t know if having been there and done it before helps. It has not been a hindrance but things have changed and times changed and everything is different.
“It is not a bad thing that a few of us have got a winner’s medal already but we are all just as hungry for another one and while everything is different we are ready for it.
“It is going to be an exciting day on Sunday against Liverpool first and foremost and that is what we are concentrating on. There has been a lot of build up but we remain focused.
“We had a big game at the weekend against Southampton and got a good result out of that so we go into Liverpool confident.”