Their run of seven games without a win, in the last three of which they have failed to score, has pulled them back into danger, but they will be playing in the top flight again next season if they beat Southampton on Tuesday and Stoke next Sunday, both at home. In fact, they created a good chance on the 25-minute mark when Olsson headed over Andre Ayew's fine cross to the back post. Southampton (6-15-15) are now just outside the bottom three on goal difference, while it is Swansea (8-9-19) who would go down based on current standings with a goal difference of minus-26.
The first of their two remaining games is against Southampton, in a clash which could decide the fates of both teams.
Speaking to Wales Online, the Portuguese boss said: "I have a good relationship with Neil Warnock so I would be happy for him and I hope we have two Welsh teams in the competition". "But tomorrow is another day and we will react and Tuesday, we must be at the top".
"Since we arrive, all the games we play at home, we perform really well, " he added.
Carvalhal's men produced a flat performance at Bournemouth on Saturday and find themselves one point above the bottom three after Ryan Fraser's first-half strike.
Federico Fernandez has returned from injury to start for Swansea City in their Premier League encounter with Bournemouth at the Vitality Stadium. Nathan Redmond gave the Saints the lead on 56 minutes, but they were unable to hold it as Tom Davies' stoppage-time equaliser forced a share of the spoils.
The Baggies are unbeaten in the three games since Moore took charge, which included an impressive 1-0 win over Man Utd at Old Trafford, and while it doesn't look like it will be enough to keep the club in the Premier League, it does make this Saturday's game against Spurs far more interesting.
'Even Chelsea, if you saw the game you can see we dominated the game and we could achieve much more. "It gives us faith". The fans have made a big impact and we believe we can do well at home on Tuesday.
Back to "who will go down, who won't" and Huddersfield will need some favours from above as they travel to face the league champions, the 2017-18 champions Chelsea before hosting Arsene Wenger in his final Gunners bow. "Anything less is not going to cut it".
In the reverse fixture, Bournemouth and Swansea played to a scoreless draw.