West Ham United pulled further away from the relegation zone with a 2-0 victory over Leicester City at King Power Stadium.
Marko Arnautovic almost gave the Hammers the lead on 34 minutes when his left-footed volley hit the crossbar and bounced clear.
However, the Austrian turned provider a minute later, as he pulled the ball back for Joao Mario to find the net from 12 yards.
Mark Noble doubled the visitors' advantage on 64 minutes, when he returned a half-cleared corner with a 25-yard volley that flew in off the post.
Victory moves West Ham on to 38 points, six more than 18th-placed Southampton, who visit Everton this evening, while Leicester stay ninth with 44 points.
Leicester City: 9 May v Arsenal (H)
West Ham United: 10 May v Man Utd (H)