Aaron Ramsey returns to Arsenal's starting line-up against Norwich City

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Arsenal travelled by plane to Norwich ahead of their Premier League clash with the Canaries on Sunday afternoon. 

The Gunners took the 14 minute trip through the skies for a game that could prove vital to their hopes of winning the Premier League title.

Having lost 2-1 to West Bromwich Albion in their previous league game, Arsene Wenger and his side will be looking to get back to winning ways and stay within touching distance of Manchester City. 


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A win will see the Emirates outfit go level on points with the Citizens and Leicester City and their chances of success have been done no harm with the return of Aaron Ramsey - to the starting line-up - and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.

Oxlade-Chamberlain, who has been out of action since the shock defeat in the Captial One Cup to Sheffield Wednesday, is among the substitutes.

But Ramsey, who injured him hamstring in the home win to Bayern Munich, goes into the starting line-up having played 30 minutes against Dynamo Zagreb.

And, it's fair to say, Arsenal fans are delighted to see two of their first-team star return to action, especially when their injury crisis was threatening to derail their season.

The Welsh midfielder has often said he wants to play in a more central role but is likely to continue to occupy the right midfield position.

Ramsey was performing admirably in the wide spot before his hamstring issue and notched his first goal of the season at Watford. 

Fans will be hoping he can reach those levels sooner rather than later.

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