Ramsey set for Arsenal return (©GettyImages)
Ramsey set for Arsenal return (©GettyImages).

Arsenal midfielder to return from injury

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Aaron Ramsey is set to return to action for Arsenal when they take on Fulham at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday.

The Welsh midfielder has been out since Arsenal's boxing day 3-1 win against West Ham with a thigh strain.

Ramsey has played a huge part in Arsenal being top of the league, scoring eight goals in 18 games and claiming six assists.

Before this season Ramsey had only scored seven league goals for Arsenal since 2008 so he has already scored more in half a season this year and seems to be living up to his full potential. 

The Welshman is returning at a crucial time for the Gunners who will be looking to continue their good form into the second half of the season.

With players returning from injury Ramsey rejoins the team in good shape despite his absence, but it will certainly be a bonus to have him back and should boost the squad who have had to deal with injuries to Theo Walcott, Nicklas Bendtner and Mikel Arteta.

The North London side boasts one of the best midfields in the league and Ramsey's return will further lay claim to this.

Arsenal will look to do the double over Fulham and remain top of the table for at least another few days until the midweek games on January 28 & 29.

Whilst Fulham will think back to last year when they grabbed a dramatic 3-3 draw at the Emirates. A win for Fulham could see them go as high as 12th.


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