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Southampton's Premier League spot not safe yet, says Hughes

Getting the three points on Sunday to finish with exactly 100 clearly means a good deal to the Spaniard, who noted after City's 3-1 steamrollering of Brighton on Wednesday that it would "finish this nearly ideal season".

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. Four teams can go down still.

The Swans (18th) are three points behind Southampton (17th) meaning that they need to win and need Saints to lose to have any chance at all.

There are two winnable games left for Swansea and with both at the Liberty, you'd expect the Jack Army to help seal Premier League football for another season.

Manolo Gabbiadini's 72nd-minute victor - four minutes after the Italian striker had come on as a substitute - pushed Swansea towards the Premier League trapdoor and confirmed West Brom's relegation.

They're three points clear of Swansea and Southampton now and they will be certainly nervous going into their game at Stamford Bridge.

Many fans pointed out that Huddersfield deserved credit and were right to celebrate survival as an achievement given the fact they came up via the playoffs and it was their debut season in the Premier League.

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.

An example scenario that would see Swansea avoid relegation is them beating Stoke 4-0 and Manchester City battering Southampton 6-0. Swansea would then only have to better Mark Hughes' result on the final day.

Swansea, however, have picked up only three points since beating West Ham United 4-1 at the start of March and failed to win any of their last nine matches in all competitions.

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