EPL, Who's going to survive?

As the season is winding down, there is an almighty battle going on for survival. Here’s my take on what will happen to each team.
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I’m assuming that everyone upwards from Blackburn are safe, with Blackburn currently being 6 points clear so I’ll concentrate on the teams below.
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West Brom: Unfortunately, I don’t think there’s any way back for the Baggies. I have been a huge admirer of the way they have played but they just have not been able to stop leaking goals. I hope that Tony Mowbray can revamp his defence, i.e. replace them all with players who can actually defend, and come back up with a stronger team. Other teams will be interested in Chris Brunt, Robert Koren, Jonathan Greening and James Morrison, but otherwise they should be able to keep the nucleus of the team.
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Middlesborough: Call me crazy, many people already do, but I think they can get at least a point against Man United. Boro have only lost once at home in the last 10 games (gold star if you knew that Everton beat them) and actually do quite well at home to the top 4 teams. I know Boro possess a forward line that couldn’t score in a brothel (except the excellent Tuncay) and have averaged an atrocious 0.7 goals per game average but I’ve got a feeling they’ll be able to do enough to stay up.
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Boro remind me a lot of the Southampton and Coventry teams of the 90’s that struggle every season but somehow survived. They play Newcastle in a huge 6-pointer next week, which could shape both their seasons.
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Newcastle: On paper you wonder why they are in such a mess. They have quality in midfield and attack, they have a huge stadium packed full of rabid fans. Unfortunately on grass it is easy to see why they are in trouble, they are a total shambles. They have a defence that belongs in a Marx Brothers movie, strikers who can’t score and a load of overpaid, has-beens who are permanently injured. Add an inexperienced manger and a boardroom in chaos and it points to disaster.
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Everyone seemed to think that Newcastle would be okay as they had some winnable home games. However, Newcastle have only won 6 games all season, the lowest in the league and have only won once since Christmas. Even worse, they haven’t scored more than one since their last win in February and Owen hasn’t scored in three months. The Shearer experiment has not had the effect that Newcastle would have wished and sadly, I cannot see them staying up.
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Hull City: It seemed unthinkable in November that relegation would be on the cards but they have been in an abysmal run of results. They have only won once in the last 18 games, losing 12 of them, and have the second worst defence in the league. They also have nothing up front, with Daniel Cousin being their best option apart from Manucho, who is talented but untested.
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Hull strangely, are better away than at home. They also have not lost a game where they scored first. They still have to play Villa and Man Utd and have a tough home game against Stoke. Hull seem to be getting steamrollered by teams at the moment and I think they are doomed to the drop.
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Sunderland: They have hit a bad patch of form at the worst possible time, losing 5 of their last 6. Cisse and Jones seem to have lost their touch and the team seems to be suffering from a chronic lack of confidence and a worrying knack of blowing a winning position.
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That being said I think they have a reasonable defence and on their day match up well with most sides. They have a winnable game at home to Everton (without Arteta, Jagielka etc.) and then play fellow strugglers Bolton and Portsmouth. Their last game is against Chelsea, who may rest players if they have no chance of winning the league and make the Champions league final. I think Sunderland will just survive.
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The lowest points tally ever by a survivor is 34 and I think this season 36 or 37 should guarantee safety. I think West Brom, Newcastle and Hull will go down and Middlesborough and Sunderland will be okay.
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I might be wrong though, what do you think?