Manchester City end the season on 100 points!
Saints are safe.
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Southampton won't get the clean sheet!
Beautiful lobbed finish after a lovely ball over the top.
Full-time at Swansea. They've lost 2-1 at home to Stoke. Southampton are safe!
Who would have thought a month ago that Southampton would keep a clean sheet against free-scoring champions Manchester City.
Every Saints touch is being applauded loudly. Cheers each time City lose the ball.
Three minutes of additional time. They've almost done it.
Pep Guardiola wants 100 points. He's out of his seat urging his players forward. Three minutes of normal time left.
Party atmosphere at St Mary's. Swansea, who still trail Stoke, are going down. Saints live to fight another day.
Well done Pep!
Teenagers Brahim Díaz and Phil Foden are on for the final few minutes.
Both will now receive title medals as they have both made five league appearances.
Fernandinho comes to City's rescue with a clearance off the line to deny Dusan Tadic after Claudio Bravo goes walkabout in his own area.
A big let-off for City.
Gabriel Jesus wants a penalty after the ball strikes Jack Stephens as the Saints defender attempts to make a clearance.
Andre Marriner is not interested.
Southampton are knocking the ball around well. A decent move ends in James Ward-Prowse forcing a save from Claudio Bravo after out-jumping the City defence.
There's a party atmosphere. Southampton are 20 minutes from safety.
Mark Hughes opts to shake things up. James Ward-Prowse and Shane Long are on for the final 25 minutes or so.
No doubt about it, City have adapted a shoot-on-sight policy.
Kevin de Bruyne flashes an effort narrowly wide moments after John Stones goes close with a header.
This is more like it from the champions.
Fabian Delph is the player who makes way for Jesus.
City have stepped it up in the last few minutes and Raheem Sterling's fierce drive is deflected off the post.
City are about to make a change. Foden? Diaz? Nope, Pep is sending on Gabriel Jesus.
It's scrappy. There's not a lot of action. Swansea are losing. Southampton are staying up. Saints fans are loving this.
Will Pep Guardiola send on Phil Foden and Brahim Diaz?
The youngsters are warming up on the touchline. Both need to make an appearance if they are to pick up a title winners' medal.
Go on Pep. Make their day!
Panic in the Southampton box as Kevin de Bruyne's lovely bending free-kick almost finds John Stones unmarked at the back post.
Raheem Sterling had just 13 touches in the first half - fewer than any other City player while the visitors failed to land a shot on target in the first half of a Premier League game for the first time this season.
Southampton are staying up having won seven games as it stands.
We're back under way for the last 45 minutes of the season.
Southampton are 45 minutes away from a seventh successive season in the Premier League.
Good defensive play as Raheem Sterling attempts to burrow his way through on the Saints goal.
City have been far from their best but after the season they have enjoyed, if anyone is allowed an off-day it's the champions.
It gets better and better for Southampton. Swansea are now losing...
A burst of pace by Raheem Sterling and suddenly there's opening but he lacks composure and it's high and wide. I'm not sure Pep Guardiola is enjoying this.
This game has been void of goalmouth action. City need to step it up if they are to become the first Premier League side to reach 100 points.
Southampton have been dogged in defence and quick on the counter.
"We are staying up, we are staying up," booms around the ground.
As it stands, Southampton are three points ahead of Swansea and boast a superior goal difference.
News reaches St Mary's that Stoke have equalised against Swansea.
Cheers and applause break out among home fans.
A poor headed clearance by Maya Yoshida almost lets in City but Southampton escape. This has been a gritty performance by the hosts despite the visitors dominating possession.
Little in terms of excitement but Saints fans won't mind that.
Wesley Hoedt is having a busy game. He finds the side-netting when he should have at least tested Claudio Bravo before a hard challenge on Kevin de Bruyne brings a City attack to an end.
As it stands, Swansea are one point behind Saints. Remember, Southampton have a far superior goal difference. Swansea need Mark Hughes' side to lose heavily but it's not happening so far.
No champagne football from City so far. They've had 82% possession in the opening 20 minutes but their final touch has been poor.
City are spraying the ball around like champions but they have yet to create a single chance.
Kevin de Bruyne's first touch on the edge of the area lets him down but he still manages to win a corner.
Swansea have taken the lead against Stoke. The noise levels at St Mary's drop and Mark Hughes suddenly leaps from his seat in the dugout.
No serious saves for Alex McCarthy to deal with so far. Kevin de Bruyne tries to pick out Raheem Sterling who is lurking on the edge of the six-yard area but the City forward can't connect.
So far so good for Saints. Just another 80 minutes to go...
Great start by Southampton. Wesley Hoedt rattles the bar after meeting Dusan Tadic's corner. That's got the home crowd out of their seats.
What is Jack Stephens doing so far up the pitch?
The young Southampton defender has the ball at his feet on the edge of the City penalty area. He tests Claudio Bravo who spills the shot and City's defence scramble the ball away.
First sight at goal for the visitors as a lob over the top of the Saints defence almost lets in Raheem Sterling. Alex McCarthy comes flying off his line to gather before the City man can cause any damage.
Tame start. City are already bossing possession but Southampton, through Dusan Tadic, are already looking lively on the break.
For the last time this season...we're under way.