Bournemouth strike to leave Swans in danger

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Carvalhal sure Swans can stay safe

The Swans need to find a way to stop the rot on Tuesday if they hope to survive.

Moore's side escaped relegation from the English Premier League twice on Saturday, first when they beat Tottenham Hotspur 1-0 thanks to an injury-time goal from Spurs youth product Jake Livermore, then again when another late goal earned Everton a 1-1 draw with relegation rivals Southampton in the day's late game. Andrew Surman rolled his free-kick across the edge of the box to Fraser, who curled a lovely right-footed effort past Lukasz Fabianski.

The recent outing against Chelsea was a chance for Swansea to pick up at least a point, but Carvalhal's men could not do enough to cancel out Cesc Fabregas opener and with Southampton winning against Bournemouth, they would fancy their chances against the Cherries to heal some of their wounds.

The Swans now have two huge games against Southampton and Stoke and now, there's simply no margin for error, but that's something Carvalhal's men have brought on themselves, you feel. "We had a few chances in the first half and on another day we would have taken them".

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The Cherries now lie 12th in the table, six points above the relegation zone but with five of the seven teams that could potentially leapfrog them having a game in hand.

It's all or nothing matches for those fighting the fight for another season in the Premier League. Nathan Redmond gave the Saints the lead on 56 minutes, but they were unable to hold it as Tom Davies' stoppage-time equaliser forced a share of the spoils.

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"If you look at the starting XI, many of them were with us in League One and I love that effort they've shown me all the way through". "It gives us faith".

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Bournemouth have all but secured their Premier League safety, with eight teams now below the Cherries in the league, and it seems as if some players already packed it in for the season, with the team earning just one win in their past 10 matches. They believe, we believe, and together we can go on to secure our Premier League status.

Bournemouth have lost three straight games.

"If it has restored that I'm really happy for the club, that's all anyone would want, so we're really happy". "Anything less is not going to cut it".

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