Picking the Best Potential Bournemouth Lineup to Face Swansea City on Saturday

Swansea 0-1 Southampton Mark Hughes' men on verge of Premier League safety with priceless win in south Wales

Gabbiadini reacted first to get the only goal of the game on 72 minutes

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

Swansea host already relegated Stoke City in their final game while Southampton have a potentially tough match against champions Manchester City at St Mary's Stadium.

Cardiff head into their home game against Reading knowing that their fate is in their own hands, and that three points will guarantee their promotion back to the Premier League.

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.

After a fantastic start to the season, Watford have been sliding down the table in recent weeks and are low on confidence, with the Hornets without a win in their last six games. The two players will be counted on to lead the line against Swansea. - The Swans have lost three consecutive Premier League games without scoring for only the second time, since a a three-game run in September 2012.

And the Cherries spurned an even more appealing opportunity five minutes from time as Wilson was eventually found around four yards from goal after a driving run from Fraser initiated the counterattack. An improved second half was a welcome sight for the home fans but it didn't quite improve enough, leaving the visitors heading South the happier team. They actually looked the more likely to score late on, and they nearly did.

Adam Smith (knee) Harry Arter (Achilles) and Junior Stanislas (knee) are all unavailable for this match, however, Tyrone Mings has been declared fit from his long-term back injury.

'This is the main point. Both have little to no form to write home about and both are away this weekend.

The win moved David Moyes' team six points clear of the bottom three and put a three-point cushion between Swansea and Huddersfield immediately below them. The Swans are tied for last in the Premier League with only 27 goals.

"All I'm focused on is putting in another hard week's work, which is what we have done over the last five games. we've had some good results but those results have come from everyone being together and playing a part in it", Moore said.

The sides shared a 0-0 draw when they met in August's reverse encounter, and you can get odds of 11/5 (3.20) on them cancelling each other out once again.

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