Southampton win at Swansea to relegate West Brom

Southampton win at Swansea to relegate West Brom

Only a last day collapse will stop the Saints playing Premier League football next season, with a nine goal swing needed to see them relegated to the Championship.

Carlos Carvalhal will leave Swansea City at the end of the season after the club's final game at home to relegated Stoke City.

Southampton striker Manolo Gabbiadini was the difference between his side and Swansea City in a crucial clash at the bottom half of the Premier League table at the Liberty Stadium on 8 May.

Romeu, however, wants his team to remain focused against City. "We must react very fast because we have a game on Sunday".

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"We had to win and we understood that and it wasn't that we were celebrating staying up because there is still an issue to be resolved in that regard". Now we are in the position we don't have a lot of time.

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Mitchell also developed an ability to take over games offensively late in the season, giving the Jazz a boost at critical times. General manager Dennis Lindsey says the team will be focused on internal improvements first during the offseason.

Bob Paisley's 1978-79 Liverpool side would have ended up with 98 if three points, rather than two, for a win had been employed then.

However, prior to the relegation six-pointer between Southampton and Swansea, there was, according to the Daily Mail, some degree of untoward mischief suspected by the south coast club as they prepared for the game.

"It doesn't depend on us now - and we are waiting for a miracle". Unless you've been living under a rock, you'll be aware that the Saints face the daunting task of going up against Manchester City this weekend - a team who have scored 25 more goals than any other team in the division. The Midlands club sacked Tony Pulis earlier in the season due to relegation fears, while his replacement Alan Pardew, was also shown the exit after just one win in eighteen games and gross squad indiscipline.

Defeat at home to fellow-strugglers Southampton this week coupled with Huddersfield's draw against Chelsea leaves Swansea needing an unlikely sequence of events to survive in the English top flight.

On Sunday night, Mark Hughes and his staff were told that their 40-room reservation at the Swansea Marriott was no longer available due to a virus.

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