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Gabbiadini celebrates scoring his side's winning goal at the Liberty Stadium

Southampton nearly certainly secured their Premier League survival after Manolo Gabbiadini's second-half goal gave them a 1-0 win over Swansea City on Tuesday that left their relegation rivals deep in the mire.

While Southampton celebrated victory last night, the result at Swansea means that West Bromwich Albion's relegation was confirmed.

Southampton - who entertain champions Manchester City on Sunday - now have three points more with a goal difference advantage of nine going into the final afternoon of the season.

Swansea manager Carlos Carvalhal has claimed that they deserved "minimum one point" in their Premier League clash with Southampton.

After Southampton beat Swansea 1-0 tonight thanks to Manolo Gabbiadini's 72nd-minute victor, the Baggies re now unable to catch 17th place on the final day of the season.

Southampton manager Mark Hughes celebrates after the match. Swansea must beat already-relegated Stoke on the final day of the season and requires Huddersfield to lose to Chelsea and Arsenal.

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The win for Saints also condemned West Brom who join Stoke as relegated, this on the day that their manager Darren Moore was given the Premier League manager of the month award.

"Mathematically we're not safe and that's a fact and we still have another game", the 26-year-old Spaniard said.

Swansea, who are third from bottom in the table, are nearly certain to be relegated on Sunday. He has been positive and tried to make us better players and a better team'. We don't know what will happen tomorrow and at the weekend and we will try to do our part. "We had things in our hands, and now we don't".

Speaking to the BBC after the game Hughes said: "It was a big performance from us".

"My players will give the maximum, the fans will give the maximum, and when we play in Liberty, usually, we are a strong team, and it is our (plan) to be a strong team on Tuesday".

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