Arsenal are expecting Aaron Ramsey to return to Premier League action when they face Sunderland in gameweek 9.
Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey will reportedly miss between a month and six weeks after sustaining a hamstring injury against Spurs on Saturday.
For the first time this season, Aaron Ramsey was invisible from a fantasy point of view despite his team enjoying a relatively comfortable 3-0 win.
Aaron Ramsey continued to delivery great all-around performances for Arsenal with 16 point performance in the Yahoo format in Week 4.
While certainly not a lock to start, Arsenal supporters will be boosted by reports that Aaron Ramsey trained with the team on Friday ahead of Saturday's clash with Manchester City.
As the clock ticked towards full time on a Gareth Bale inspired Welsh win in Andorra the result was tinged with concern as Aaron Ramsey hobbled to the sidelines with only minutes to go.
Aaron Ramsey limped to the sidelines during the dying moments of Wales Euro 2016 qualifying win over Andorra on Tuesday.
Arsenal's star midfielder Aaron Ramsey is the top premium midfield choice for Week 3.
It wasn't as impressive as Week 1 but Aaron Ramsey continues to churn out the fantasy points even as Arsenal struggle with their attacking form.
Everton were in complete control, going up 2-0 by halftime and controlling play for the majority of the second half, but Arsenal struck for two goals in the final 8 minutes to steal a point in the 2-2 final.
Aaron Ramsey will miss the second leg of Arsenal's UCL group stage qualifying tie with Besiktas in North London after being shown two yellow cards in Istanbul.
Aaron Ramsey scored late to give listless Arsenal a 2-1 home win on opening day.
Unsurprisingly, Aaron Ramsey is the top fantasy midfield pick in our weekly player picks column.
Arsenal fell behind 2-0 early and had to fight back into extra time to win their first trophy in nine years but Aaron Ramsey scored Olivier Giroud's backheel for the deciding goal in the 109th minute.