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Summary

  1. Watch Final Score - 14:30 BST online, BBC One at 16:30
  2. West Brom defeat Spurs - and fight on
  3. Struggling Swansea lose at Bournemouth
  4. Hammers defeat Leicester - and now have 38 points
  5. Stoke relegated after 2-1 loss to Palace

Live Reporting

By Patrick Jennings and Emma Sanders

All times stated are UK

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  1. Good evening!

    Right, that is all from us for today. But there's still plenty going on.

    • The Women's FA Cup final sees Arsenal take on Chelsea.
    • Southampton are trying to move out of the relegation zone away to Everton and you can follow that game here.
    • Here's a round-up of all the action in the Premier League today and the story of how Stoke went down after defeat by Crystal Palace.
    • Lastly - it's El Clasico on Sunday, and you can pick your combined Real Madrid and Barcelona XI here.
  2. How can West Brom stay up?

    Bottom of table
    Image caption: The table as it stands - with Southampton 0-0 at Everton

    It would be one of the greatest ever survival stories. Against all the odds.

    There is only one way West Brom can stay up. This is what has to happen:

    Today: Southampton must not beat Everton (they are currently 0-0, the table above reflects that).

    Tuesday: Swansea and Southampton must draw in their meeting in Wales.

    Next Sunday: On the final day, Swansea must lose at home to Stoke, and Southampton must lose at home to Manchester City.

    West Brom have to win at Crystal Palace in their final match. And over all of this, the Baggies must improve their goal difference to be better than Swansea's, and possibly better than Southampton's, too.

    We say possibly, because if Southampton lose to Everton today, and the rest of the scenario above goes West Brom's way, their comparative goal difference won't come into it.

    So. It's a complicated picture. Over to you Baggies...

  3. 'It's better to play with Deeney'

    FT: Watford 2-1 Newcastle

    Watford

    Andre Gray speaking to Match of the Day: "It's better for me [to play with Troy Deeney]. You could see in the first half we linked well and played off each other. We created a lot of good opportunities.

    "We were denied by the goalkeeper a couple of times and there was the penalty as well. You could see what we can do together and hopefully we can do more.

    "We've only got ourselves to blame for being in this position but it was important got a result today and we managed to do that."

  4. 'I love that effort'

    FT: Bournemouth 1-0 Swansea

    Bournemouth

    Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe: "It was a tough game but I'm really pleased with the clean sheet. One-nil is always dangerous but we defended really well.

    "Physically from the boys it was a great shift. We started at a high tempo but we didn’t get the early goal to match that. Our keeper made some good saves and then we got in front and dug in."

    On Ryan Fraser's goal: "It was off the cuff and the players used their initiative and I love that. There was a vacancy on the edge of the box and fair play to the players for seeing that.

    "We would have liked to score the second goal but we weren't under much pressure and we defended well. This is such a difficult league and you see the size of the clubs that are still down there fighting relegation. It's a huge effort from all of the staff to retain our status.

    "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. My wish is to build the infrastructure of the club, the new stadium and training ground and I hope we can secure that for our club."

  5. 'There is belief we can stay in this division'

    FT: Bournemouth 1-0 Swansea

    Swansea City

    Swansea defender Connor Roberts: "Any defeat is tough to take. Today we weren't great, but we deserved to draw in the end. If we score in the first half it gives us a lot more confidence and we are not chasing the game but it's gone now and we have to move on.

    "Now it’s a massive two games coming up and we have to try and get the points on Tuesday. We can't go into the next game on a downer and worry that we are going to concede, we have to go for it. There is always confidence and belief we can stay in this division. The fans will always be behind us at the Liberty, and even today when we were struggling you could still feel the fans."

  6. 'I think there was a sending off'

    FT: Leicester 0-2 West Ham

    Leicester City

    Leicester boss Claude Puel speaking to Match of the Day: "It was a tough game for us. We started without a lot of confidence because we had young players played.

    "Things like referee's decisions can give a boost to the other team - I think it was a sending off [Puel doesn't specify which particular incident].

    "We have to find some freshness and strong mentality and to give the performance for our fans. We would like to thank our fans because it's been a tough period and they keep their support.

    "Sometimes there's tough periods without a good performance. It's normal that we can have some negative activity. My only pre-occupation is to try and find good things to finish strong.

    "It's not the time to discuss about the summer. Now it's just to try and finish the last two games."

  7. 'I want to look up the table'

    FT: Leicester 0-2 West Ham

    West Ham United

    West Ham boss David Moyes speaking to Match of the Day: "The first half performance was excellent, at times it was as well as we've played. We just lacked a final bit to get us in and get another goal.

    "The team is more than capable of winning lots of games. We defended better than we did in other games which gave us a good chance.

    "It was a great goal from Mark Noble, he epitomises much about West Ham. He's been there every week for us and he deserves it. He's got that in his locker.

    "Marko Arnautovic has been terrific since I came in. He's always close to a goal. All season I've been really pleased with him.

    "Winning matches changes things and it changes the mood of the supporters but I thought the supporters were great today.

    "I feel as if I want to look up the table and win the last two games. I'm told we're not officially safe but overall we have to try and finish up the league."

  8. 'Not good enough'

    FT: Stoke 1-2 Crystal Palace

    Peter Crouch on Twitter
  9. Get Involved

    #bbcfootball or text 81111 (UK only)

    Joel Coady: Darren Moore and WBA single handedly killing accumulators every week. He's done some job though to be fair.

    Danso: West Brom don't you dare think about it...

  10. 'I am not upset or angry, only disappointed'

    FT: West Brom 1-0 Tottenham

    Tottenham Hotspur

    Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino, speaking to BBC Sport: "Of course I am disappointed. We are in a race to be in top four and play in the Champions League next season and that defeat disappoints us. It is a certainly a bad feeling after the game.

    "We dominated the game. We created enough chances but didn't score. In the end West Brom have quality and physical condition at set pieces and can create problems for any team. If you do not score you put at risk the game.

    "I am not upset or angry only disappointed because we created chances and did not score. We need to be clinical."

  11. 'I won't be watching Saints'

    FT: West Brom 1-0 Tottenham

    West Bromwich Albion

    Darren Moore on the possibility of being relegated by Southampton in the late kick-off: "I won't be watching the games. All I am worried about is what we do at West Bromwich Albion. We worked hard in the week, came up against an excellent team and have come out with a good result.

    On his position as caretaker manager: "Everyone talks about my position. The club asked me to take charge for the six games. That was game five and we go on to game six next week. Whatever happens outside I can't control, we have to keep working and then when the season finishes we will sit down and see where the football club will go."

  12. 'We wanted some pride'

    FT: West Brom 1-0 Tottenham

    West Bromwich Albion

    West Brom caretaker manager Darren Moore: "It was a pulsating game, up against a very good team who asked us a lot of questions. We trusted the commitment of the players and needed to play a tight game because of the quality Spurs possess.

    "It worked in the end and we got the goal. I am really pleased we got the goal, clean sheet and got the win.

    "We have been on this road for four, nearly five weeks. We wanted to get some pride and commitment back. The supporters have been excellent. I am the one up here but it is we as a football club - the supporters, staff and officials - and through hard work and commitment results are coming."

  13. 'We have a big opportunity on Tuesday'

    FT: Bournemouth 1-0 Swansea

    Swansea City

    Swansea manager Carlos Carvalhal: "There was one crucial moment of the game when they scored. After that we had two or three chances to score. The game was balanced and we created chances but we knew before the game that the first goal was important. After that goal, Bournemouth blocked the spaces and were more comfortable with chances to counter attack. We brought some players on to have an impact on the game and help the attack but there wasn’t much space. Bournemouth deserved the victory.

    "We tried to fight but we have two more games and a big opportunity on Tuesday. The game will start 0-0 and when everything is in your hands you must believe. If someone had said when I first took over that we would have it in our hands at this stage, I would've taken it."

  14. Get Involved

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    Matthew Noble: If Darren Moore keeps West Brom up then he should get manager of the season for his miracle... goes to show if he had two or three more games they would probably be the team to stay up easily... least he's given them respectability to their situation.

  15. Saints could seal Baggies' fate

    Everton v Southampton (17:30 BST)

    A crucial match is about to get underway at Goodison Park. Victory for Southampton will confirm relegation for West Brom.

    It would also move the Saints out of the relegation zone and level on points with Huddersfield.

    You can follow that match live here.

    Here's a reminder of how they will both line-up:

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  16. 'We put our hearts on the line'

    FT: West Brom 1-0 Tottenham

    West Bromwich Albion

    West Brom goalkeeper Ben Foster: "It was just a battle. We knew Tottenham's quality and we would spend time under a lot of pressure. The lads really put their hearts on the line and were brilliant. We know we are a threat at set pieces and we managed to nick one. It keeps us going for another week.

    "Once you get stuck in a rut, I don't anyone really believed it (that West Brom could survive). All the momentum was drained out of us. Everyone will say fair play Darren Moore. He has instilled that work ethic, we had that before but confidence wasn't there.

    "With the confidence we have now and the momentum, it is a miracle we have got to the last week, if it does go that far we will go with full confidence we can do it.

    "Six weeks ago I had us resigned to be relegation. I accepted our fate was inevitable. Fair play to Darren Moore and the coaches. The mental side is 50-50 with the fitness."

  17. 'Today was not good'

    FT: West Brom 1-0 Tottenham

    Tottenham Hotspur

    Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino: "In football you can dominate but you need to be clinical in front of goal and today wasn't good. I am very disappointed because we lost the game. Still, we have it in our hands to be in the top four.

    "We knew how they would play. If you want to be in the top four and challenge for the big things, you need to score in these games.

    "It is in our hands. If we are not able to win the next two games we do not deserve to qualify for the Champions League."

  18. The picture at the top

    Top six

    It's all in Liverpool and Tottenham's hands but Chelsea could indeed still seal a Champions League spot...

    Liverpool: Chelsea (a), Brighton (h)

    Tottenham: Newcastle (h), Leicester (h)

    Chelsea: Liverpool (h), Huddersfield (h), Newcastle (a)

  19. Get Involved

    #bbcfootball or text 81111 (UK only)

    Chris Adams: Never mind Manager of the Month, Darren Moore deserves a knighthood!

    Shamsheer: Spurs lost. Do you need any other reason to beat Liverpool tomorrow? Come on Chelsea, win at any cost tomorrow.

    Nico Lennon: The other thing the West Brom result has done is to very much open the door to Chelsea finishing in the top four. If they beat Liverpool tomorrow they'll only be 2 points behind Spurs with 2 games to play.

  20. Stoke relegated, West Brom cling on

    In case you missed it earlier, Stoke became the first team to be relegated from the Premier League this season after they lost 2-1 to Crystal Palace in the early kick-off.

    It has been 10 years since they were last in the Championship and they led 1-0 at half-time.

    Read the full match report on that game here.

    West Brom have kept their hopes alive for a few more hours but they will go down if Southampton beat Everton this evening.

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