Stoke relegated, West Brom beats Tottenham in EPL

Stoke relegated, West Brom beats Tottenham in EPL

Stoke relegated, West Brom beats Tottenham in EPL

West Brom could finally be relegated this weekend but Moore's influence over the past four weeks has been significant, clawing back some pride and repairing a dispirited dressing room post-Alan Pardew.

Saturday saw Stoke City become the first side to drop down to the Championship this season and may thought West Brom would shortly follow after the 3pm kick-offs.

Mauricio Pochettino has bemoaned Tottenham Hotspur's lack of cutting edge in front of goal following their 1-0 defeat at West Brom, but is confident that his side will still finish in the top four.

But they will still be relegated if Southampton beat Everton in the evening kick off.

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It also means Burnley will qualify for Europe, while West Ham, who earlier won 2-0 at Leicester, also can not be relegated.

Goals from Roberto Pereyra and Andre Gray ensured Watford will remain in the Premier League with a 2-1 victory over Newcastle United at Vicarage Road.

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Although Xherdan Shaqiri scored the opening goal from a free kick just before half-time, James McArthur equalised in the 68th minute and Patrick van Aanholt had Palace celebrating in the 86th.

Spurs dominated at The Hawthorns, having 75 percent of possession and 18 shots to West Brom's nine, but they squandered a host of chances, with Ben Foster saving well from Harry Kane and Christian Eriksen. "I have got the title of caretaker manager, so I'm up here speaking on behalf of the football club", Moore said on Friday, with typical understatement.

Ryan Fraser's deflected effort broke the deadlock after 37 minutes after a well-worked free-kick, which proved enough to move the Cherries mathematically clear of any danger.

The result leaves fifth-place Chelsea just five points behind Spurs with a game in hand, and a frustrated Pochettino called for more from his players in the final two matches of the campaign.

The visitors took the lead after 33 minutes when Austrian forward Marko Arnautovic set up Joao Mario.

Pereyra scored the opener in the second minute on a low-footed drive into the bottom right corner from 10 yards, and Gray doubled the lead in the 28th minute with a header from very close range on Pereyra's cross. He will fancy his chances of closing the gap against the Premier League's bottom side.

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