That is the question after another dramatic weekend of Premier League action.
The betting odds have changed yet again on who can escape the drop.
Football games this weekend simply provided more permutations in a relegation battle which gets tighter by the day as the clock ticks down to the end of the season.
Liverpool 0-0 Stoke City
A decent point for Stoke City but one that is unlikely to be enough in their survival bid.
A third straight draw has given them a glimmer of hope as they prepare to face fellow strugglers Crystal Palace and Swansea.
Paul Lambert has an impressive record at Liverpool – the Champions League semi-finalists could be forgiven for having other matters on their mind – but Stoke, who rode their luck at times, remain 12 games without a win.
Burnley 0-0 Brighton & Hove Albion
A draw which eases both sides towards their respective targets.
One victory for Brighton in their final three matches should see them safe.
Burnley’s outside hopes of catching Arsenal are all but over but they are within touching distance of qualifying for the Europa League, which would be the Clarets’ first participation in Europe since the 1966-67 Fairs Cup.
Crystal Palace 5-0 Leicester City
Roy Hodgson and Wilfried Zaha – two men at the opposite end of the age spectrum but figures who, more than anyone, have surely guaranteed Crystal Palace their place in the Premier League next season.
Hodgson’s calm and experience has proved pivotal in turning the fortunes of the Eagles around, while Zaha – who opened the scoring and set up the second here – has been their shining light.
Marc Albrighton’s red card 10 minutes after the restart ended any hopes of a comeback by Leicester who had controlled spells of the first half, yet found themselves two behind.
This was a miserable day of a relatively upbeat campaign for the Foxes.
Huddersfield Town 0-2 Everton
Now Huddersfield have got it all to do.
With their final three matches against sides in the top six, this was one David Wagner would have targeted to claim a much needed victory.
The Terriers will now need to pull a surprise out of the bagto avoid being drawn into a real scrap.
A good win for Everton as they try and cement eighth place in the table.
Sam Allardyce faced abusive chants and a protest banner from some Evertonians – they should be careful what they wish for and show some respect to a figure who has turned their campaign around.
Newcastle United 0-1 West Bromwich Albion
Seven points from nine and the Baggies must only regret that they are quickly running out of games.
After victory at Old Trafford and a draw at home to Liverpool, West Brom returned from the north-east with another three point haul, courtesy of Matt Phillips’ goal just before the half hour.
Even wins in their final two matches is unlikely to save them but caretaker boss Darren Moore must be giving himself a chance of leading the club next season, although it will probably be in the Championshp.
Southampton 2-1 AFC Bournemouth
Dusan Tadic is the hero of the south coast.
His double earned the Saints victory in the derby, Mark Hughes his first victory since returning to the club and Southampton a lifeline in their bid to beat the drop.
An injury time save from Alex McCarthy could yet prove the crucial moment in their escape bid.
Swansea City 0-1 Chelsea
After results earlier in the day, the last thing Swansea wanted was to concede early.
Cesc Fabregas’ fourth minute strike was his 50th Premier League goal and gave the FA Cup finalists the early advantage.
And that was how it stayed as Swansea lost back-to-back matches for the first time since Carlos Carvalhal took over in late December.
West Ham United 1-4 Manchester City
Ultimately, a stroll in the park for the champions who just love playing at the London Stadium.
Goals from Leroy Sane, Gabriel Jesus and Fernandinho, plus an own goal, sealed a 4-1 rout as City reached 100 league goals for the season.
Victory against the Hammers, who were shambolic defensively, means Pep Guardiola’s men have reached a century of top flight goals quicker than any English side since Everton managed it in 32 games in 1932.
Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 Watford
A routine win for Spurs as goals from England duo Dele Alli and Golden Boot chasing Harry Kane saw off Watford.
It could and should have been more, although Watford could easily have found the net too.
A victory which puts Spurs within a point of third placed Liverpool, with a game in hand.
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