Southampton win at Swansea to relegate West Brom

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Southampton supporters were able to breathe a massive sigh of relief as they scored a crucial 1-0 win over Swansea City which effectively secured their Premier League status.

After more than 70 minutes of frenetic action, substitute Manolo Gabbiadini provided the decisive moment for Southampton when he reacted quickest to Charlie Austin's parried shot in a crowded goalmouth.

Not only do they need to beat Stoke City convincingly on Sunday, but they also need Southampton to lose heavily to Manchester City, and Swansea need to have a 10-goal swing go in their favour, if they are to remain in the top-flight. Hughes called it 'one of the poorest hotels we've stayed in.' Now the club itself has made this review official.

Southampton have had the last laugh on and off the pitch against Swansea as they fight for Premier League survival. "We are depending on others".

We were too focused, we got off the bus and walked the 100 yards into the ground.

He added: "We suspected that maybe some of the dark arts at work but it didn't let us affect us, in fact we used it as a motivating factor".

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"We have the feeling we deserved a bit more - minimum one point", Carvalhal told BBC Sport. We don't know what will happen tomorrow and at the weekend we must try and do our part and try to win.

With Stoke City and now West Brom consigned to Championship football next season, the final relegation spot will be between Swansea, Huddersfield and Southampton. "We had the thing in our hands and now we don't have the thing in our hands".

Swansea will now seek a manager who can lead them in the Championship, with the aim of returning straight back to the Premier League.

Having been bottom of the table and five points from safety when Carvalhal succeeded the sacked Paul Clement, five wins in nine games took Swansea to the heady heights of 13th place.

"They had that initial spurt when Carlos Carvalhal came in, they had some very good results - especially at the Liberty - but they've not won in their last eight games and lost their last four", said 49-year-old former Wales striker Roberts.