AARON RAMSEY is a doubt for Arsenal's clash with Swansea on Monday.

The Wales star suffered bad bruising on his leg after a heavy challenge in Monday's 3-1 win at Hull, which went unpunished by referee Lee Mason.

Ramsey has been a key performer in the Gunners' bid to finish second for the first time in ten years.

He has proved highly effective being moved out wide right, keeping Theo Walcott out of the team.

After scoring at Hull, he was replaced by Jack Wilshere in the 58th minute, with the England man returning after a five-month injury absence.

The midfielder has recovered well from his comeback and could be in line to start against the Swans.

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The Unbeaten In Manchester Season

By Goonerholic

I saw talk before the match of Arsene setting up to go with an attacking gameplay having secured victories at City and United this season playing a much more compact game than usual. It was no surprise, given those two results, that once again we set our stall at Old Trafford to defend first and foremost, and look to hit the home side on the counter.

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