Southampton's preparations for their vital relegation clash at Swansea City have been disrupted by a hotel cancellation.
The Saints were due to stay at the Swansea Marriott but have been forced to move to the Glamorgan Hotel 40 miles away because their original reservation was voided, reports The Sun.
Mark Hughes's team are said to have been unable to stay at the Marriott due to the outbreak of a virus there.
Victory for either Swansea or Southampton would all but relegate the other team, while any result other than a draw will also see West Bromwich Albion drop into the Championship.
Both sides head into the match on 33 points, with the Saints sitting outside of the dropzone due to their superior goal difference.