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Carlos Carvalhal to leave Swansea City at end of season

12 May 2018

Swansea, who are third from bottom in the table, are nearly certain to be relegated on Sunday.

Spurs host Leicester City who have had a disappointing end to their season; the Hammers host Everton in what could be Wayne Rooney's final club game in England. If we beat Southampton on Tuesday evening, only a draw would be required at home to Stoke.

It remains highly unlikely but because rampant City are seeking to underline their record-shredding campaign with a landmark century of points, few Southampton or Swansea fans can quite convince themselves it is over yet.

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Now three points and nine goals adrift of seventeenth-placed Southampton, relegation-trapped Swansea need an absolute "miracle" on the final matchday on Sunday to keep their topflight status.

Southampton have now taken seven points from their past three games and Hughes felt the pre-match row over Southampton's cancelled Swansea hotel booking had worked in their favour.

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At the moment, the only way for Swansea to escape relegation will be for them to win by at least a six-goal margin against the relegated Stoke City. But their form has collapsed since then.

The win, which saw West Brom relegated and pushed Swansea to the brink, came after a bitter mix up that saw Southampton forced to stay 35 miles away from the ground after their booking at a Swansea city centre hotel was cancelled because of a "virus".

The Swans now occupy the final relegation spot and must beat Stoke on Sunday and hope Southampton lose to Manchester City with a 10-goal swing in their favor.

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Carlos Carvalhal to leave Swansea City at end of season