If you weren’t nervous before yesterday’s dismal defeat over Bournemouth, you certainly will be now.
The Swans have just two games to rescue their season after dropping into the relegation zone, and face a must win game against Southampton on Tuesday night.
Carlos Carvalhal’s men are level on points with their opponents but have a -7 goal difference on the South Coast side, and it really is make or break.
But what are the permutations in the final week of the season? Four teams can go down still. We take a look at who they face and their chances of survival
Swansea (33 Points)
The Swans perhaps have the best chance of survival. If we beat Southampton on Tuesday evening, only a draw would be required at home to Stoke.
There are two winnable games left for Swansea and with both at the Liberty, you’d expect the Jack Army to help seal Premier League football for another season.
Huddersfield (36 Points)
Huddersfield sealed a huge point against Manchester City at the weekend and you’d expect that to be just about enough for them.
They’ve two games left to make them mathematically safe, but they don’t come easy against Chelsea away on Wednesday and Arsenal at home on Sunday.
A win for either the Swans or Southampton would see them needing just a point from their final two games, while if it finishes a draw at the Liberty, Huddersfield will require two.
They’re three points clear of Swansea and Southampton currently and they will be certainly nervous going into their game at Stamford Bridge.
Southampton (33 Points)
A win in South Wales would sadly all but secure a place in next season’s Premier League for the Saints.
Due to the goal difference it could all but seal Swansea’s fate.
A draw puts them in all kinds of trouble though, as Southampton face Manchester City on the final day of the season. Swansea would then only have to better Mark Hughes’ result on the final day.
West Brom (31 Points)
West Brom are all but down and if either Swansea or Southampton win on Tuesday evening.
Only a draw will do and then the Baggies would need to beat Crystal Palace on the final day and require both Swansea and Southampton to lose in their last games, the latter with a five goal swing.
It’s going to be a nervy night on Tuesday, but the Swans have the best chance of survival out of the three. Home advantage will be key, but survival is in their own hands...