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Top of the table Arsenal will look to continue their recent fine run of form when they travel to the Liberty stadium to face Swansea.
The Gunners made it four wins on the trot when they beat Stoke City last weekend and they extended their unbeaten run to eight games when they beat West Bromwich Albion on penalties in the League cup midweek.
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While the ease with which Mesut Ozil has adapted to life in the Premier League has been very pleasing to Arsenal fans, his fine start has been overshadowed by the form of Aaron Ramsey.
The 22 year old Welsh star has scored seven goals already this season including four in his last three matches and has emerged as a key man for Arsene Wenger’s side this season.
The form of Ozil and Ramsey has meant that the club has not missed Santi Cazorla too much.
The former Villareal man is edging closer to a first team return but won’t feature at Swansea.
Cazorla has missed the Gunners last four games with an ankle injury and speaking via the club’s official twitter account revealed his hope to be back in time for the visit to West Bromwich Albion.
Theo Walcott is also out with Arsene Wenger revealing his hope that the England star will be back in time for the Norwich game on October 18th following successful surgery on his stomach injury.
Speaking to Sky Sports Wenger said “Walcott had surgery and it went very well. He’s coming back (from Germany) Thursday so it’s what we expected there were no complications.”
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Abou Diaby and striker Lukas Podolski remain sidelined.
Swansea meanwhile relinguished their hold on their hold on the Capital One cup when they crashed 3-1 away to Birmingham.
Manager Michael Laudrup made a number of changes to the team that beat Crystal Palace 2-0 last weekend, a result that saw the Welsh side move up to 9th in the table.
Swansea, who have won two of their last four meetings with the Gunners, will head in to the clash with doubts over the fitness of Ashley Williams and Pablo Hernandez.
This one kicks off on Saturday evening at 17:30 from the Liberty Stadium Swansea.