Allan McGregor is set to start in the FA Cup final against Arsenal after recovering form and fitness sufficiently for manager Steve Bruce.
Allan McGregor has been out of action with various injuries since his ugly collision against West Ham but may win the race to play in Week 38.
To add injury to insult, Allan McGregor is suffering from a kidney contusion in the wake of his collision with Mohamed Diame yesterday which also saw him sent off.
Allan McGregor was at the center of a first half controversy as he was sent off for bringing down Mohamed Diame in the box. Mark Noble scored the resulting penalty for a 1-0 Hammers lead.
Hull City goalkeeper Allan McGregor received a late red card for a lack of discipline and will likely face a three match ban.
Allan McGregor made two fantastic saves in the first half for Hull City, keeping them in the match with Chelsea, but the Tigers were eventually tamed by the Blues in a 0-2 loss.
Allan McGregor, absent with a thigh injury since mid-October, is ready to return to the squad against Crystal Palace in Week 12.
Allan McGregor has been ruled out for approximately six weeks with a thigh injury picked up in the loss to Everton over the weekend.