Carvalhal reveals why he still thinks Swansea will survive

Hope Soto
May 8, 2018

With only a one-point advantage over the rejuvenated Saints, Swansea are still flirting dangerously close to danger.

It's all or nothing matches for those fighting the fight for another season in the Premier League.

The Cherries though have won only one game in the last ten games.

It was Swansea's seventh game without a win, and third in a row without a goal.

The Swans will be boosted by the news that a number of their players have returned to training during the week, given them a better chance of trying to achieve their aims.

"This is the main point, and they know about that".

Back to "who will go down, who won't" and Huddersfield will need some favours from above as they travel to face the league champions, the 2017-18 champions Chelsea before hosting Arsene Wenger in his final Gunners bow. We didn't compete enough for the second ball.

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As far as Bournemouth are concerned, Harry Arter is a big doubt as he is now nursing an Achilles injury and Junior Stanislas will miss the game because of a knee injury.

Speaking to Wales Online, the Portuguese boss said: "I have a good relationship with Neil Warnock so I would be happy for him and I hope we have two Welsh teams in the competition". And they'd have to muster more to pull clear of the drop. In their last seven games, they have conceded 11 goals and faced 111 shots. This feat is made even more impressive by the fact he's featured in every league game this season, playing the full 90 minutes in all but 2 of these matches.

Former defender Moore has inspired his team to a spirited fightback in his five games in charge, including victories over top-four sides Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur. With the major problem arguably lying with the full/wing-backs rather than the central area of defence, this is something that Howe needs to address with a matter of urgency during this summer. Both have little to no form to write home about and both are away this weekend.

Despite being pegged back on the day, Redmond emphasized it's the support from fans that will get them over the line in their quest for Premier League survival. This must be the end goal before their final fixture, to force somebody else into the relegation zone.

"These kind of games are massive games and it will add to the emotion of the competition".

The Hornets had failed to score in their last three matches but took just two minutes to open break the deadlock, Pereyra tucking home after a fine move.

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