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Swansea City one step closer to relegation after Huddersfield V Chelsea draw

10 May 2018

David Wagner feels Huddersfield Town's Premier League survival was against the odds after a 1-1 draw at Chelsea secured his team's place for next season.

There could be a recall for the Danish centre-back Andreas Christensen against Huddersfield, who are three points above the relegation zone after a goalless but impressive draw at Manchester City on Sunday, and Willian is also likely to start, with Conte wary also of the trip to Newcastle on the final day.

Klopp's men can still finish third in the Premier League, too.

The visitors took the lead through Laurent Depoitre five minutes after half-time, but Chelsea equalised somewhat fortuitously through Marcos Alonso.

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Huddersfield had to withstood tremendous pressure in the final stages of the game to claim the draw and secure their Premier League status for another year.

Wagner deserves huge credit for his role in keeping the Terriers up, and there may well be interest in the German this summer.

"If you analyse all in context I think it's an fantastic season - to have the possibility with two games left to finish third, I think it's massively successful".

'In case you have the eagerness, want and spirit you'll be able to compete with high high quality and also you noticed at the moment that we will do it. We had some luck but this group of players deserve this unbelievable achievement.

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The Frenchman will doubtless hope his goodbye goes as sweetly as Toure's for Manchester City as their 34-year-old favourite declared after non-stop cheers at the Etihad: "I think they recognise what I've done for the club". We have now so many experiences, the play-offs, the ultimate, some very large dips within the season, 5 defeats in a row. But first and foremost they must get three points at Newcastle to stand any chance.

"In this very exciting week with proper Premier League fixtures we have confirmed everything, we have done it".

"The feeling is overwhelming right now". This week with City, Chelsea and Arsenal, this is just unbelievable. Mentally it was tough, really tough, they needed it, but we fought like nothing before.

"This was definitely the most important save in my career, no doubt about it", he told Sky Sports. "We tried with all of our strength to win but the result penalised our team a lot".

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Swansea City one step closer to relegation after Huddersfield V Chelsea draw