Carlos Carvalhal admitted his gamble backfired as Swansea sank back into the relegation zone.
Two goals from Glenn Murray gave Brighton the platform to beat Swansea 4-1 in the Premier League.
This term's relegation battle is likely to go down to the wire - but who has the toughest run-in to the season?
Vardy to score a hat-trick, but it's Chelsea and Man City who will take the Sunday spoils...
Looking at the relegation battle, Peter Goldstein fears for Huddersfield and Southampton. The Baggies? Gone.
Lucas was the obvious and perhaps only plus for Spurs. Some other new boys enhanced their prospects too.
Mahrez, Conte and youth, Pellegrino, Pardew, Moura's introduction, VAR and MORE. Much more, in fact.
All of the big clubs left in the FA Cup have avoided each other in the quarter-final draw. How nice.
Brighton got off to a good start as they beat League Two side Coventry 3-1 to progress in the FA Cup.
Sky keep Fridays, Saturday lunchtimes, Sundays and Mondays. BT keep their 5.30 Saturday...
...seven players from promoted clubs, and it was that kind of weekend. How could you not reward Newcastle?
This is no longer a fine season blown away by City. Manchester United are nearing mediocrity...
Charlie Adam missed a late penalty for Stoke as they drew 1-1 with Brighton...
Chris Hughton expects the scrap for Premier League survival to continue until the final weeks of the season as he prepares for Brighton's trip to struggling Stoke.
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