West Bromwich Albion continued their victories in the Premier League and defeated Southampton by three without a response, in the match that brought them together in the 31st round of the competition.
West Brom achieved a second successive victory, after the previous five-year victory over Chelsea.
West Brom came through Matthias Pereira in the 32nd minute with a penalty kick, then Matteo Phillips added the second goal in the 35th minute.
Before Callum Robinson wrapped up the Swans Trio in the 69th minute.
Instead of wasting time, Southampton star James Ward Brace missed a penalty.
West Brom rises to the 24th point in the nineteenth and penultimate place, two points behind Fulham, who is in the 18th place, and he still has a game in hand.
While Southampton stuck at point 36 in the 14th place.
In another match, Everton faltered against Brighton and drew 0-0 away.
The draw raised Brighton’s balance to point 33 in the 15th place in the Premier League table, while Everton reached point 48 in eighth place, one point behind Tottenham, who is ranked seventh and still has a match left.