Twente triumph, Schalke seal top spot
Martin Jol's Fulham must wait to book their place in the knockout stages of the UEFA Europa League after Marc Janko's 89th-minute winner for FC Twente cost the Premier League side dear as they lost 1-0 in the Netherlands.
Andy Johnson was sent off for a second bookable offence in injury time, but Fulham still hold their destiny in their own hands, with a home win against Odense in their final group game enough to see them through.
Wisla Krakow gave themselves hope with a 2-1 win over Odense in Denmark. Dudu Biton and Patryk Malecki scored for the Poles, who must now beat Twente in their final game and hope the Londoners slip up.
Wins for Anderlecht, Lokomotiv
Anderlecht stretched their 100 per cent record at the top of Group L to five games with a 2-1 win at pointless AEK Athens, while group rivals Lokomotiv Moscow also did enough to secure qualification.
Guillaume Gillet scored both goals for Anderlecht either side of an effort from Dimitris Sialmas for the Greeks, who had long since given up hope of qualification.
Lokomotiv eased past Sturm Graz 3-1 in Moscow. Maicon's opener was cancelled out by Florian Kainz for the Austrians, before late goals from Dmitri Sychev and Denis Glushakov saw the home side through.
Group J up in the air
Schalke confirmed qualification as Group J winners with a 2-1 win over Steaua Bucharest in Germany, while AEK Larnaca blew the runners-up spot wide open after beating Maccabi Haifa.
Schalke went ahead in the 25th minute through Kiriakos Papadopoulos and despite Raul Rusescu's quick equaliser, the Germans clinched victory early in the second half when Raul put away a Klaas Jan Huntelaar pass.
Goals from Spanish pair Gonzalo Garcia and Gorka Pintado gave Larnaca a 2-1 win over their Israeli opponents, a result which moved them level with Steaua on five points, with Maccabi one point ahead on six.
Maccabi host Schalke in their final group game knowing victory will be enough to send them through, but if they slip up the winners of Steaua's clash with AEK in Bucharest will grab second place.