West Bromwich are still in the red zone, but they seem to be getting back on track. A week after a surprising 5-2 win at Chelsea, WBA won again by a large margin, beating Southampton 3-0 at home on Monday. The Baggies opened the scoring on the half-hour mark with back-to-back goals from Pereira (32nd) and Philips (35th). In the second half, Robinson added to the lead (69th), before Johnston saved a Ward-Prowse penalty in stoppage time for a clean sheet. Everton's hopes of a European place in the UEFA Champions League were dealt a blow in the closing stages of the 31st round of the Premier League, when they dropped further points. Carlo Ancelotti's side were held to a second straight draw by Brighton, who were held to a 0-0 draw.