Southampton recorded a vital 1-0 win at relegation rivals Swansea on Tuesday night at the Liberty Stadium to all-but confirm their top-flight status.
However, due to their vastly superior goal difference, the Saints will not suffer relegation unless something incredible happens on the final day of the campaign.
West Bromwich Albion manager Darren Moore was named the Premier League manager of the month on the day the club were relegated from the division.
The Saints can still get relegated along with Swansea and Huddersfield Town.
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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.
They're three points clear of Swansea and Southampton now and they will be certainly nervous going into their game at Stamford Bridge.
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Carlos Carvahal's side enjoyed an initial resurgence after he was hired in late December, but they have since slipped into a near-certain relegation position.
Southampton went to the Liberty stadium with the two teams in deep trouble at the foot of the Premier League table.
The goal difference situation is pretty dire for the Swans as they are now -27 with Southampton only -18.
- Only Stoke (13) are on a longer winless run in the Premier League than Swansea (8 - D3 L5). The former's better goal difference has seen them sit in a better spot.
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The Saints were forced to scramble for another option in the Vale Resort - a location that was 35km from where they had originally meant to stay - and following their win at the Liberty Stadium, the club trolled the Swans by posting a sarcastic one-star TripAdvisor review on the Swansea Marriott Hotel yesterday.