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 Posted by ESPN Staff
Dec, 25, 2007

Return of the King? Ledley to face Fulham

Tottenham could be boosted by the surprise Boxing Day return of captain Ledley King who undergoes a fitness test ahead of the clash with Fulham. King had been expected to sit the match out as he continues to battle back to peak condition after undergoing surgery on a knee problem but he now stands a chance of returning to the squad. King has not played since the final game of last season and underwent an operation in May before a thigh strain kept him out of the north London derby with Arsenal. His absence has been keenly felt this season as Younes Kaboul has failed to build a solid partnership with Michael Dawson. Midfielder Didier Zokora has also been used at the back as Juande Ramos - for whom King, 27, has yet to play - sought to compensate for King's unavailability. His comeback against the Cottagers would be a huge boon for a side who are beginning to find their feet after a dismal start which led to relegation fears and the departure of Martin Jol. Jermaine Jenas joins King in taking a late test as he looks to shake off an ankle problem.

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