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West Brom manager Tony Pulis: "We're disappointed, the players have worked so hard. Bournemouth play the way they play, but they didn't really cause us any problems.
"Harry Arter should have been booked for pushing Jonas Olsson over, then there's a blatant handball that again he doesn't get booked for and the challenge on Darren Fletcher is a straight red.
"We've had five penalties this year, and missed four so we have to blame ourselves on that."
Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe: "We didn't deserve to lose today, we had a lot of possession but they are not the type of team to go behind to."
On Artur Boruc's save: "It made a different atmosphere in the ground. In the second half we were much improved and I thought we deserved the equaliser.
"I'm slightly disappointed with elements of the performance, but overall you have to reflect on the season and it's been a great effort by the players."
BBC Sport's Tim Oscroft went for West Brom winger Jonathan Leko.
Aged just 17, he started for the second week running and looked at home again, setting up his side's goal with a mazy run.
We've heard of players being on the beach early, but this is ridiculous.
Artur Boruc, look away now...Here's how West Brom capitalised on the Polish keeper's complete howler of a clearance.
Eddie Howe makes four changes from the side that lost at Everton last Saturday, with Junior Stanislas, Max Gradel, Lewis Grabban and Benik Afobe coming for Marc Pugh, Joshua King, Callum Wilson and Matt Ritchie.
Bournemouth XI: Boruc, Francis, Elphick, Cook, Daniels, Stanislas, Arter, Surman, Gradel, Grabban, Afobe.
Tony Pulis names an unchanged West Brom side, which means that 17-year-old winger Jonathan Leko starts his second Premier League match.
West Brom XI: Foster; Olsson, Yacob, Evans, Gardner, McClean, McAuley, Fletcher, Dawson, Rondon, Leko.
Stoke manager Mark Hughes: We got ourselves into a good position in the first half. I thought we were good value [for the lead].
"We didn't react quickly enough after the break.
"I felt at times we had the opportunity to knock the ball about more but we were too anxious to get it into Peter Crouch.
"Today wasn't quite what we were looking for - a low quality game in my opinion. It's not the way we anticipated finishing off the season.
"There was no question of our effort today. Just a bit of frustration that we didn't play as well as we are capable of."
Crystal Palace boss Alan Pardew speaking to Match of the Day: "The first half was not our best. It's difficult as we have got one eye on the FA Cup final.
"We needed to make sure we got a win for home fans and second half we were great and had numerous chances.
"I said to him (Dwight Gayle) at half-time that I thought he was our best player. He wanted to show me and he couldn't have done anymore. We've lacked a goalscorer this season. He is a force for us.
"I'm just happy this club have got to the Cup final and not gone down because a lot of clubs have done that who are our size."
BBC Sport's Mandeep Sanghera didn't have a difficult choice as he opted for Crystal Place striker Dwight Gayle.
Gayle took his chance to push for a starting place for the FA Cup final with his two goals and he has now scored more goals than any other Crystal Palace player this season with seven.
Yannick Bolasie (10) played a key part in Palace's equaliser with his run at the heart of Stoke's defence before Gayle (16) finished off the move...
It seemed like quite a nice day in south London but that didn't stop Stoke midfielder Giannelli Imbula wearing gloves. Yes, gloves people.
Crystal Palace make one change from the defeat by Newcastle last time out as manager Alan Pardew brings in striker Dwight Gayle for midfielder Mile Jedinak.
Crystal Palace XI: Hennessey, Ward, Dann, Delaney, Souare, Puncheon, McArthur, Cabaye, Bolasie, Gayle, Wickham.
Stoke playmaker Bojan Krkic suffered a foot injury in training on Thursday but is on the bench as boss Mark Hughes names an unchanged side from the draw with Sunderland in their last game.
Stoke XI: Haugaard, Bardsley, Shawcross, Cameron, Pieters, Whelan, Imbula, Shaqiri, Adam, Arnautovic, Crouch.
Ex-Everton winger on Match of the Day
"Swansea were excellent, it was a total off-day for West Ham. They created a lot of chances, but as a back four they were very poor today."
Swansea manager Francesco Guidolin: "I am very happy for my players, and I am very, very happy because we played very well.
"West Ham started very strongly and it was very difficult for us, but I don't think they played with pressure because West Ham's season has been very good. They are one of the best teams in the league this year.
"Our season is not finished and my team is not on the beach. We showed this in recent weeks against both Liverpool and now West Ham, and I hope also against Manchester City."
West Ham manager Slaven Bilic: "What went wrong? Well, we started well for 20 minutes - it was like we were on fire, with the whole game being played in front of the Swansea goal. But Swansea have players who are capable of hurting you, and from nothing we conceded the first and second goals. We started losing out on balls in the middle of the park.
"I'm not that disappointed with our play with the ball, but without the ball we had too many passengers, relying on someone else to get the ball and play it to me in a good position.
"The bottom line is Swansea deserved it, and it's been a shock for us. We had a chance to qualify for the Champions League, but I have always said the gap I was focused on was the smaller one below us with Southampton and Liverpool. We really want to finish as high as possible and to achieve that we have to react in these final two games."
Perhaps Slaven Bilic should consider investing in a GPS tracker for Michail Antonio.
The right-back was like a border collie let off the leash, charging into green open spaces in the Swansea half and totally neglecting his defensive duties.
This graphic shows just how advanced his position was, and how much space he left for Ki Sung-yueng to wreak havoc in.
Surely it shouldn't be that hard to find a GPS...
BBC Sport's James Gheerbrant went for Swansea midfielder Ki Sung-yueng.
The South Korean had a part in each of Swansea's first three goals and posed a constant threat down the left-hand side. He also made more passes in the opposition's half (33) than any other Swansea player.
West Ham make two changes for their final Saturday game at the Boleyn Ground - Darren Randolph replaces the injured Adrian in goal, and Victor Moses comes in for Diafra Sakho.
Swansea manager Francesco Guidolin gives some of his big names some feet-up time ahead of Euro 2016. Gylfi Sigurdsson and Ashley Williams are among those to drop out, with six changes including recalls for Kyle Naughton and Ki Sung-yueng.
Former Arsenal striker on Match of the Day
"Everything that Sunderland were today, Newcastle weren't. The way they played, you would have thought they were already safe. You couldn't believe how bad they were."
Aston Villa caretaker manager Eric Black: "Last week, the performance at Watford merited more, but we built on that, worked tirelessly all afternoon and the supporters came with us.
"I thought the reaction was brilliant. The Villa fans have got a big part to play in getting this club back to the Premier League.
"It has been difficult to play in a relegation battle, but we have got some outstanding footballers and I thought we coped well today."
Newcastle manager Rafa Benitez: “We are disappointed. Sunderland won, so all we can do now is wait for the score of their game and try to win our game.
“We were a little bit anxious in the first half. We were not comfortable in possession. You have to take your chances and we didn’t do that.
“We had to change things in the second half. We did that, but it was not enough. The players are disappointed.”
In a match desperately short on quality, midfielder Andros Townsend was Newcastle's creative outlet - but he could not find a winner to follow the one he scored against Crystal Palace last Saturday.
The two heatmaps above show a contrast in performances from Newcastle's two strikers. On the left, Papiss Cisse's map shows he struggled to make an impact in dangerous areas during his 52 minutes on the pitch. Aleksandar Mitrovic, his replacement, spent much more time around the Aston Villa goal, as shown by his map, on the right.
Aston Villa make two changes from the team beaten 3-2 at Watford a week ago: Striker Rudy Gestede has a groin injury and left-back Aly Cissokho is suspended; Scott Sinclair comes into the attack, midfielder Carlos Sanchez is the other replacement, and caretaker-manager Eric Black switched to a three-man central defence.
Newcastle are unchanged from the team that beat Crystal Palace 1-0 last weekend.