It may be good news for Graham Potter's men but the hopes of West Ham, Bournemouth and Watford remain on a knife edge.
1. Norwich City 33-1
Daniel Farke's team look doomed after defeat against Southampton on Saturday. "To concede two goals that quick in the second half was of course a defining moment in terms of confidence. We had setbacks we had to accept. The confidence was not there."
2. Aston Villa 4/11
Aston Villa manager Dean Smith after their 0-0 draw at Sheffield United: "We've all had more time off than we would have in the close season of a normal season so nobody knew what was going to happen. I think we've shown we're in a good place and we're ready to fight for our lives.
3. Bournemouth 1/2
Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe after defeat against Palace: "The table is still so tight, the difference is so tight and we could look at back-to-back wins as being the difference for us. We have to believe that is going to happen but we have to play better than we did in the first half an hour in this game."
4. West Ham 15/8
David Moyes after 2-0 loss to Wolves: "We were short in attacking players, short of options, we didn't get anything going. It was a different experience with no crowd there, I'd be lying if I said I enjoyed it. We missed the atmosphere, that's what we're going to have to get better at dealing with."