Crystal Palace and Bournemouth will meet at Selhurst Park this weekend with the Cherries aiming to officially secure themselves from the drop zone in what has been a fantastic turnaround from Gary O'Neill in the last few weeks.
The same applies for Roy Hodgson at the Palace helm, with the former Englishman rocketing Palace up into 12th and already safe from relegation in what is his second stint in charge of the club.
Palace did lose 1-0 in a trip away to Tottenham Hotspur last time out, although they played out a thrilling 4-3 victory over West Ham United just before that with the club coming from behind the collect all three points. Prior to that, Hodgson's side lost 2-0 to Wolverhampton Wanderers and then drew 0-0 with Everton after beating Southampton 2-0 and Leeds United 5-1.
In reality, the ex-Liverpool boss has been one of the wisest managerial appointments this season given how fears of relegation all but ended when he joined the club.
O'Neill has done the same with Bournemouth and despite losing 3-1 to Chelsea last time out, he has now led the club to nine points clear of the bottom three and a spot in 14th with three games to go.
It means Bournemouth need just a point to mathematically secure themselves in the Premier League for another season and they can even be clear of relegation if Leicester City and Leeds United lose.
The Cherries do have Manchester United to come after this and also have a match with Everton at Goodison Park at the end of the season and there should be at least one point in these next nine for them to gain, especially after defeating Leeds United 4-1 two weeks ago and beating Southampton away from home before that.
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