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Arsenal set to welcome Aaron Ramsey back against Fulham

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Aaron Ramsey is set to complete a timely return to the Gunners line-up against Fulham on Saturday, reports the Daily Mail.

The midfielder has been Arsenal's standout performer of the season so far and remains their top scorer with 13 goals in all competitions despite not playing since Boxing Day against West Ham.

Ramsey injured his thigh in the 3-1 win at Upton Park but has completed his rehabilitation and could start against Rene Meulensteen's men when they travel to the Emirates.

It's a timely boost for Arsene Wenger, who lost Tomas Rosicky to a suspected broken nose on Monday night in the game against Aston Villa and is a doubt for the Premier League tie at the weekend.

Arsenal will look to Ramsey to provide more inspiration from midfield, hoping to avoid a repeat of the game against Fulham last season.

After taking a 2-0 lead inside 25 minutes, Arsenal found themselves 3-2 down against Fulham before Olivier Giroud equalised.

To cap a bad day, Mikel Arteta missed a penalty with the last kick of the game, earning Fulham a well deserved point.

But Arsenal have been far more convincing this season and currently top the table after an impressive start to the campaign.

That is thanks largely to the form of 23-year-old Ramsey and Wenger will be hoping the three-week layoff hasn't affected the Welshman's purple patch.

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