Good evening and welcome to Eurosport's LIVE text commentary of the Premier League clash involving Bournemouth and Swansea City.
Premier League / Matchday 29
Vitality Stadium / 18.03.2017
FULL-TIME: Bournemouth move nine points adrift of the relegation zone with a 2-0 victory over Swansea. An Alfie Mawson own goal and Benik Afobe strike is the difference at the Vitality Stadium. Thanks for tuning in.
BOURNEMOUTH SUB: Another late change for Bournemouth as Jordon Ibe takes the place of Pugh.
BOURNEMOUTH SUB: Josh King receives a standing ovation as he is replaced by Max Gradel for the last couple of minutes.
Three minutes of added time to play.
Eddie Howe has seen his team concede so many late goals this season and the Bournemouth manager is determined to keep his players in check as he barks orders from the touch line.
Swansea are piling men forward in search of a consolation goal but Bournemouth are, for once, looking rather steady at the back.
A defeat means Swansea remain three points above the drop zone while Bournemouth will move nine points adrift of 18th placed Hull.
SWANSEA SUB: Final change for the visitors - Borja Bastón takes the place of Llorente.
The hosts have produced a performance to be proud of but it's a really worrying display from Swansea. They seemed to have turned the corner under Paul Clement but this result puts them into a precarious position in the Premier League table.
The Bournemouth fans are making plenty of noise as we enter the final 10 minutes of the match. The home side have been superb today.
TERRIFIC SAVE! Fabianski pulls off a remarkable save to keep his team in the game! Wilshere gets to the byline and picks out King at the back post but the forward's powerful header is brilliantly thwarted by the Swansea goalkeeper.
That was Afobe's 49th career goal and boy did he take it well. It could prove to be a turning point in Bournemouth's season.
YELLOW CARD: A bizarre decision as Cork enters the referee's book for a rather soft foul.
Surely no way back now for Swansea?
BOURNEMOUTH SUB: Jack Wilshere replaces Fraser who has enjoyed another wonderful performance.
GOAL! Swansea looked more likely to grab the game's second goal but in fact it's Bournemouth who are celebrating as Afobe doubles the home team's advantage with a really neat finish. King does brilliantly to play his strike partner through and Afobe makes no mistake.
BLOCK! Swansea come forward once again but a piece of wonderful defending from Cook saves the hosts as he makes a vital interception to deny Routledge from close range.
And that half chance may just be the wake-up call Swansea needed. They have little over 20 minutes to grab an equaliser.