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Carlos Carvalhal to leave Swansea City at the end of the season

11 May 2018

The Saints secured a vital 1-0 victory at the Liberty Stadium which has all-but ensured they will remain in the top-flight, with the Jacks left in the third relegation spot.

The Saints have a much better goal difference than many of those around them at -18, meaning there is a now a nine-goal swing between them and the Swans who sit on -27.

A win for either side would relegate West Bromwich Albion and leave the losing team in a very precarious position, with just one round of fixtures in the league to go after tonight's clashes.

Huddersfield needed a point to move out of reach of Swansea City - and achieved that despite Marcos Alonso canceling out Laurent Depoitre's opener.

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Substitute, Manolo Gabiadini scored the only goal of the game on 72 minutes in a rather boring game that was devoid of quality and reeked of desperation from both sides.

Swansea turned to Carvalhal after sacking Paul Clement in December 2017, with the Welsh club bottom of the Premier League and five points adrift of safety.

Swansea City's defeat to Southampton on Tuesday means their Premier League survival depends on other teams but manager Carlos Carvalhal has not given up hope of a miracle.

Their only chance of escaping relegation this season is if they beat Stoke City in their last game of the season with 10 goals and also pray that Southampton lose against Manchester City.

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The Baggies - now on 31 points from their 37 games - had hoped to reach the final day and repeat their memorable escape of the 2004-05 season.

Because Swansea will nearly definitely be playing their football in a lower league next season.

Watching the emotional celebrations at the final whistle at The Hawthorns last weekend after a last-gasp win against Tottenham I couldn't help but think the legend Cyrille Regis was looking down from above with pride at his club.

Southampton now have 36 points - three more than Swansea, who entertain relegated Stoke on Sunday.

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Were that to happen, they would finish above the Terriers on goal difference.

Carlos Carvalhal to leave Swansea City at the end of the season