Preview: Swansea City v West Brom

Swansea City boss Paul Clement wants his side to finish their Premier League campaign on a high having avoided relegation.

The Swans, in 17th place, host West Bromwich Albion in their final league match of the season at the Liberty Stadium on Sunday having retained their top-flight status with their 2-0 win over already relegated Sunderland last week.

The Baggies, who have meanwhile been on a woeful run of form over the past two months, come into this game in ninth, also hoping to at least find a win on the final day of their campaign.

While Clement's side are unbeaten in their last four games; after a 2-0 win over Stoke was followed by a 1-1 draw with Manchester United, a 1-0 victory at home to Everton and a 2-0 away win at Sunderland, Tony Pulis' side have drawn two and lost six of their last eight games, and come into this match having lost 1-0 to Chelsea and 3-1 to Manchester City.

Clement said: "It’s obviously very pleasing to be safe because we could have been going into a high-pressure game this weekend.

"We’re delighted to have got safe with a game to spare, but we still want to finish strongly.

"The season is not over yet and we want a good performance at home – there’s lots of motivation going into the last game."

Pulis said: "The results have been disappointing but apart from maybe one or two, I think the players have given everything and have been a little bit unfortunate not to get anything.

"We could still finish eighth with that win, which would be an absolutely fantastic achievement for this club, the players, and everybody associated with the football side."

In team news, striker Borja Baston (knee) faces a fitness test while Wayne Routledge and Angel Rangel could play after suffering with a hernia and foot injuries.

West Brom will miss Matt Phillips (hamstring) but Salomon Rondon (hamstring) and Gareth McAuley (thigh) are fit.