Doomed Swansea set to call time on CarlosCarvalhal

Carlos Carvalhal

Carlos Carvalhal's side have scored just one goal in their last eight games

A run of eight games without a win has doomed Swansea, barring freakish results on Sunday, with Tuesday's defeat at home to fellow strugglers Southampton all but sealing their fate.

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.

Even that would probably not be enough with a nine-goal swing required to topple Southampton - but with the Saints facing Manchester City, Carvalhal will retain a small amount of hope of pulling off the impossible before he departs.

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With goal difference handing Southampton a comfortable cushion heading into their last match at home to champions Manchester City on Sunday, it would take a remarkable turnaround for them to fall out of the top flight.

With the Citizen looking to extend their record of scoring the most goals in a single season, anything is certainly possible.

Carvalhal's reign began with a win over Watford and they followed that up with victories over Liverpool, Arsenal, Burnley and West Ham.

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Coleman would be available after parting company with Sunderland following their relegation from the Championship.

Carvalhal, the former Sheffield Wednesday manager, was appointed at the end of December with Swansea bottom of the table and five points from safety.

"He hasn't looked like a man who can turn things around of late".

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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.

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