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22 November 2012 Last updated at 22:44 GMT

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  1. 2242: 

    We all need a lie down after trying to work that lot out. That's the end of our live offering tonight, join Chris Bevan and I back here on Saturday when we'll be back to the nitty gritty of good old fashioned league action.

    See you there.

  2. 2240: 

    After plenty of head-scratching in the BBC Sport office, we have finally agreed on the permutations surrounding Liverpool's group.

    Liverpool win: Simply if Liverpool win they are through. They are through outright if Young Boys fail to beat Anzhi. If Liverpool and Young Boys both win, they will each join Anzhi on 10 points. Anzhi and Liverpool will progress because of their superior record in the mini head-to-head league between the three teams.

    Liverpool draw: Then the Reds will be sweating. If they draw and Young Boys win they are out. If they draw and Young Boys draw then they are through courtesy of their superior head-to-head record against the Swiss.

    Liverpool lose: They are out. If Liverpool and Young Boys both lose then they will be joined on seven points by Udinese. And Young Boys will progress because of their superior record in the mini head-to-head league between the three teams.

    We think that's right...

  3. 2235: 

    Newcastle boss Alan Pardew: "We are getting blow after blow at the moment. Hatem Ben Arfa and Papiss Cisse both got injured tonight.

    "We will have to wait and see about Papiss but Hatem will be missing on Sunday.

    "Hatem is a good player but isn't everything to this club. I don't know how long he will be out.

    "Papiss got a kick on the thigh. We thought he might stiffen up over half time and he did. He possibly has a chance for Sunday."

  4. 2232: 

    Right, of the 32 spots in the knockout rounds, I make it that 22 have been decided, including three of the eight teams who are parachuted in from the Champions League.

  5. 2229: 

    Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers: "We didn't control the game well in the final few minutes. But it's another point and we can still control our own destiny. It makes it harder than we would have liked. I'll always pick a team to win each game, listen, we want to qualify and if we have to go out to Udinese and win then so be it. Jonjo Shelvey was outstanding as a striker, and it was nice for Joe Cole. He's worked hard in training, he knows it's difficult for him, he's been away on loan but he's a fighter and that is all he can do."

  6. 2218: 

    Liverpool goalscorer Joe Cole on ITV4: "It was my third game back from a hamstring problem and the most I've played in the wide position. From a personal point it was quite good, but it could have been better for the team.

    "Of course I want to stay at Liverpool. I was a good player at West Ham, Chelsea and Lille and I think I can be a good player for Liverpool. I have been getting stronger and it's normal that players want to play football."

  7. 2218: 

    We're still trying to nail down exactly what Liverpool need to do in their final game - it's a tricky one. Stand by...

  8. 2214: 

    Liverpool midfielder Joe Cole on ITV4: "Conceding a late goal is disappointing. It was just game management at the end, to see the game out, which let us down. We've got a lot of young lads on the pitch, who have played a lot of games and done really well, but we should have seen the game out. It was a great finish from the kid at the end, but we made it hard for ourselves. It's a lesson learned."

  9. 2208: 

    Moenchengladbach, Fenerbahce, Atletico Madrid, Plzen, Dnipro, Bordeaux, Newcastle and Napoli have all gone through from tonight's late games.

  10. 2207: 

    Hugh Moxon on Twitter: "That was an expensive game for Newcastle. Now missing Cisse, Ben Arfa, Cabaye and Collocini on Sunday, four of our senior players. "

  11. 2159: 

    Liverpool can qualify with a win at Udinese in their final game - while a draw could be enough.

    The groups are decided on head-to-head records, not goal difference.

  12. 2157: 

    So not the greatest of performances from Newcastle, and injuries to Papiss Cisse and Hatem Ben Arfa to boot, but at least Alan Pardew's side are through.

  13. 2156: 
  14. 2155: 
    FULL-TIME- Liverpool 2-2 Young Boys
  15. 2155: 
    FULL-TIME- Newcastle 1-1 Maritimo
  16. 2154: 

    Oh and Newcastle almost concede a late goal as well. A cross from the left finds that man Fidelis in space at the back post, he cracks in a volley which leaves Tim Krul rooted to the spot but is wide.

  17. 2153: 

    That goal means that Liverpool are going to need a result from their final game at Udinese. It could be a very damaging goal indeed.

  18. 2151: 
    GOAL- Liverpool 2-2 Young Boys - Elsad Zverotic (88 mins)

    The 2,500 Young Boys fans behind the goal at the Anfield Road end are going nuts, thanks to a wonderful hit from Elsad Zverotic. Liverpool are slow to get out to him on the edge of the box but he whistles an absolute belter of a strike which nestles in the roof of the net. It was fairly central, but Pepe Reina had no chance. Clean as a whistle.

  19. 2150: 

    Almost brilliant from Luis Suarez, who swerves first one way and then the other on the edge of the box but the ball runs away.

  20. 2148: 

    Tomo on text: "Chelsea fans take note you might want Rafa to take a look at your academy as he reinvented ours and it's paying dividends now."

    Mike, unhappy Newcastle fan on text: "That Maritimo goal shouldn't have stood, there was a handball earlier in the build up."

    JB on text: "I miss Joe Cole. Was nice to see him have a good game today. Hopefully the start of a much hampered comeback."

  21. 2146: 

    As it stands, Newcastle and Liverpool are both still going through this evening. We are into the last five minutes at both games.

  22. 2145: 

    Fidelis is a right nuisance - he runs on to a neat pass to smash in from 18 yards but the flag is up. He was a yard or so offside there. Good call.

  23. 2142: 

    Young Boys almost fashion a chance of their own as we tick into the final 10 minutes but they over-complicate it rather on the edge of the box. Elsad Zverotic then blasts in from long range, he gets hold of it a treat but Pepe Reina is right behind it.

  24. 2140: 
    GOAL- Newcastle 1-1 Maritimo - Fidelis (79 mins)

    It's been coming, and Maritimo are level. Substitute Fidelis picks the ball up 35 yards out, runs at the Newcastle backline, squares Steven Taylor up a treat, bursts past him and then shoots through the legs of Tim Krul.

  25. 2140: 

    Marcus Donnelly on Twitter: "That's the Joe Cole I thought we were signing from Chelsea."

  26. 2138: 

    Stuttgart extend their lead against Group E leaders Steaua Bucharest to 5-0 through Shinji Okazaki's second goal of the evening. Plzen, like Group B rivals Atletico Madrid, need just a draw to progress but are 1-0 ahead now at Academica. Little else is happening in the other matches following the half-time break, with defending champions Atletico still 1-0 ahead against visitors Hapoel Tel Aviv.

  27. 2137: 

    And that's Joe Cole's night over. He comes off and is replaced by Raheem Sterling.

  28. 2137: 

    Maritimo go close again. A ball is headed out to the edge of the box, Ruben Ferreira lines up a shot and smacks it towards the corner but Tim Krul is able to claw it out.

  29. 2134: 
    GOAL- Liverpool 2-1 Young Boys - Joe Cole (72 mins)

    Another very neat goal puts Liverpool back ahead. Stewart Downing finds Luis Suarez inside the area, he knocks the ball back in to Steven Gerrard's run, Gerrard then picks the perfect pass to play Joe Cole in, he is just onside and is able to spin away and fire in left-footed through the keeper's legs. Excellent goal.

  30. 2132: 

    Steven Gerrard takes aim from a central position, 30 yards out - we've seen this before - but it is well charged down by a Young Boys defender. Took that square in the chest. Into the last 20 minutes.

  31. 2129: 

    Maritimo have come back into the game at Newcastle, they are certainly looking more positive without creating a clear-cut chance. Those two injuries have impacted on Newcastle's play, as you'd expect.

  32. 2126: 

    Liverpool have kicked up a gear as Luis Suarez finds Oussama Assaidi breaking into the box on the left, but he can't quite pick out a man in the middle. Suarez's arrival has raised the tempo.

  33. 2125: 

    There are unconfirmed suggestions from Newcastle that Papiss Cisse has a back problem. If so, Alan Pardew has had a bad night, losing two key men to injury. We'll get that confirmed after the game I hope.

  34. 2124: 

    That change sees Jonjo Shelvey move back into a more familiar midfield role, with Luis Suarez leading the line. Can he engineer a win for Liverpool?

  35. 2122: 

    Cometh the hour mark, cometh the main man. Luis Suarez is on for Liverpool in place of Suso as Brendan Rodgers looks for a winner. Suso has looked good tonight.

  36. 2121: 

    Maritimo are pushing for a goal in Newcastle, as Sami heads just wide from a cross. We are at the hour mark now.

  37. 2120: 

    Jordan Henderson did get under that crossfield ball a bit, but let's take nothing away from the finish, which was blistering. After my last post, Liverpool have livened up, with two dangerous crosses coming in. No real bodies on the end of it though.

  38. 2120: 

    Chris Keates on Twitter: "That's what you get when you play a CM at RB. Great goal though."

    James Williams on Twitter: "We've got £40 million worth of full backs, shame they're both out of position, over-priced and rubbish!"

    Some Body on Twitter: "That was criminal from Henderson! Looked totally uninterested!"

  39. 2119: 

    There's not been much of a reaction to that Young Boys goal from Liverpool yet. It was a stunning goal and it appears to have shocked Anfield a bit.

  40. 2117: 

    Nick, Liverpool fan, via text: "I don't think Shelvey is excellent YET but he will be, he does make some stupid decisions but don't they all? Don't forget he's still only young and we must not forget he scores goals. I like him in the squad."

    Iain, Bootle, via text: "Re 2110. I think Shelvey is improving all the time and well worth sticking with."

    Paul, Liverpool, via text: "Re 2110, liability? You're having a laugh. Shelvey is a fans' favourite. Regarded as one of our best youngsters."

  41. 2116: 

    Newcastle are also close to losing their lead as Danilo Dias rattles in a powerful shot which Tim Krul has to turn over the top.

  42. 2114: 
    GOAL- Liverpool 1-1 Young Boys - Raul Bobadilla (52 mins)

    They were so close a moment ago, but now Young Boys are level thanks to a cracker of a goal. Alexander Farnerud picks him out with a raking pass, Raul Bobadilla takes it down on his thigh before smashing in a left-footed shot across Pepe Reina and into the top corner. Wonderful technique.

  43. 2113: 

    So close to an equaliser for Young Boys. Elsad Zverotic fires wide from 25 yards. Just wide as well.

  44. 2112: 

    Early change in the second half for Newcastle - and let's hope that this is not an injury as well. Papiss Cisse comes off, with Romain Amalfitano on in his place.

  45. 2111: 

    Young Boys have the first effort of the half as Alexander Farnerud shoots from 30 yards but the ball is well over the top and into the Anfield Road end.

  46. 2110: 

    That's a bit harsh Paul. Do any Liverpool fans agree with that?

  47. 2110: 

    Paul, Dundee, via text: "Re 2100. Phil, you'd be in exactly the same place. Shelvey is a liability. I'm sure many Liverpool fans wished he'd stayed at Charlton."

  48. 2107: 

    We are back in play at Anfield and St James'.

  49. 2105: 

    So as it stands Newcastle and Liverpool are both going through to the last 32 of the Europa League. Smooth progress?

  50. 2100: 

    Phil, Poole on text: "As a Charlton fan every time I see Jonjo Shelvey put a Liverpool shirt I cry a little. Just imagine where we would be if we had kept him."

    Ben, inside St James' Park on text: "Marítimo bring just 36 fans to St James' - frankly Madeira don't give a damn."

  51. 2056: 

    Ben Seal on Twitter: "Oh dear. If Ba/ Cisse get injured now, we'll have problems. Relegation form at the moment... #NUFC"

    Jamie Hardesty on Twitter: "I'd have rather lost this game 5-0 than see Ben Arfa walk down the tunnel injured. Southampton will walk all over us on Sunday."

  52. 2053: 

    Everything is going smoothly for Newcastle - and their Group B counterparts Bordeaux are happy at the break too. The French side are leading 2-0 at Club Bruges thanks to Brazilian striker Jussie's brace. It means they will join the Magpies in the last 32 if both results remain the same.

    Stuttgart become the first team to score four first-half goals in a Europa League away tie, as they lead 4-0 at Group E leaders Steaua Bucharest. Atletico Madrid, Plzen, Dnipro and Fenerbahce are also all on course to reach the knockout stage.

  53. 2052: 
    HALF-TIME- Liverpool 1-0 Young Boys

    BBC Sport's David Ornstein reports: "After a nervous start Liverpool's experimental side soon got into an impressive stride and Jonjo Shelvey's headed goal is the least they deserve for a vibrant first 45 minutes."

  54. 2051: 
    HALF-TIME- Newcastle 1-0 Maritimo

    BBC Sport's Jeremy Butler reports: "Newcastle are winning a low key affair at St James' Park thanks to Sylvain Marveaux's clinically taken goal and look all set to qualify for the next stage. Maritimo appear resigned to their fate and the Magpies defenders are barely breaking sweat."

  55. 2048: 

    This is more lovely stuff from Liverpool's front three. Jonjo Shelvey plays it to Joe Cole, who pings a first-time pass right in to Suso's path. Really sharp stuff, but the youngster elects to shoot early and puts it wide from 20 yards when he had time to run in on goal. Positives for Brendan Rodgers though, for sure.

  56. 2046: 

    Jordan Henderson shows some good tracking to get a challenge in at right-back. With him over there and Stewart Downing at left-back, Liverpool may have some of the most expensive full-backs in the world on display at the minute. What's that, £40m for the pair?

  57. 2045: 

    That is the end of Hatem Ben Afa, as Demba Ba comes on in his place. That is exactly what Alan Pardew did not want.

  58. 2042: 

    Problem here for Newcastle - Hatem Ben Arfa is clutching his hamstring. He was playing very well too...

  59. 2040: 

    Suso is enjoying himself tonight. He picks the ball up in midfield, drives at the defence and shoots but it is deflected wide.

    Liverpool then come very close to a second from the corner, as Joe Cole shoots, it hits Martin Skrtel and is flying into the corner until Raphael Nuzzolo hacks it away.

  60. 2040: 

    Hatem Ben Arfa is at the centre of all Newcastle's decent moves - not that there have been that many of them. The Magpies are on top now though and you can sense Newcastle feel qualification for the last 32 is in the bag.

  61. 2038: 
    GOAL- Liverpool 1-0 Young Boys - Jonjo Shelvey (33 mins)

    Maybe we'll make a centre-forward of Jonjo Shelvey yet. This is a cracking team goal. Suso plays in Joe Cole on the right of the area with a really neat pass, Cole rolls back the years with a burst of pace to get there ahead of the Young Boys' keeper and crosses for the arriving Shelvey to nod in from a few yards out. Lovely move.

  62. 2037: 

    Phil Vieira on Twitter: "Everytime I see Joe Cole in a LFC shirt I cry a little inside. Also, why has he had his hand in a cast for about 12 months?"

    Richard Worrall on Twitter: "I don't understand why people consider Joe Allen to be better than Jordan Henderson both do the same job as far as I can see."

    Joshua Proffitt on Twitter: "Re 2032. That's why I love football, amazing touch from Young Boys fans, and they fully deserve their ovation from the Kop."

  63. 2036: 

    Andre Wisdom comes off, and Steven Gerrard is on a lot earlier than he would have expected to be. Wisdom had just put in a great charge and cross down the right but he is apparently injured. Jordan Henderson is moved over to right-back.

  64. 2035: 

    Newcastle are in control since that goal, with Danny Simpson drilling in a low shot from wide on the right. They are controlling the ball now.

  65. 2034: 

    Steven Gerrard is warming up already for Liverpool - an early change?

  66. 2033: 

    Bordeaux is widely regarded as the world's capital of wine - and the French city's football side could be popping open the corks tonight. Newcastle's Group D rivals, who need victory to reach the knockout stage, are ahead within two minutes against Club Bruges.

    Defending champions Atletico Madrid need just a draw against Group B visitors Hapoel Tel Aviv, but are doing one better - Raul Garcia gives the Spanish side a 1-0 advantage. Stuttgart storm out of the blocks at already-qualified Group E leaders Steaua Bucharest with three goals in the opening 23 minutes without reply. But they will not advance as things stand because rivals FC Copenhagen also lead by the same scoreline at Molde.

  67. 2033: 

    Ahnaf Tahmed Faiz on Twitter: "Can't believe someone compared Shelvey with Hazard here, who played against Italian champions Juventus, not Young Boys."

  68. 2032: 

    Dusan Veskovac was forced off on a stretcher with that popped hamstring by the way, and Juhani Ojala is on in his place. There is huge applause around Anfield next as the Young Boys support unfurl a banner in remembrance of Hillsborough.

  69. 2030: 

    Liverpool winger Oussama Assaidi pulls off some fancy footwork to beat two men on the corner of the box, and Jordan Henderson almost has a chance but he is flagged offside.

    Jordan Henderson is then played in by a brilliant backheel from Jonjo Shelvey, he should bury this one but shoots straight at Marco Wolfi in the Young Boys net. Big chance.

  70. 2026: 
    GOAL- Newcastle 1-0 Maritimo - Sylvain Marveaux (23 mins)

    I was just about to type that nothing is happening in Newcastle when the home side take the lead. Hatem Ben Arfa provides a touch of class with a slick through ball to Sylvain Marveaux on the right of the box, and he dribbles smoothly past two men to score his first for the club, nutmegging Romain Salin. Much needed goal.

  71. 2024: 

    Nice play at the other end at Anfield, as some one-touch stuff on the edge of the area sends Alex Farnerud into the area, but his low shot is well blocked. Young Boys still look a threat going forward. Dusan Veskovac then pings his hamstring attempting a backheel at the other end. That is game over for the defender.

  72. 2023: 

    Jordan Henderson lines up a free-kick from 25 yards and, you guessed it, he just about reaches the goalmouth with a bobbling effort. Can we bring Luis Suarez on please?

  73. 2021: 

    Best moment so far at Anfield. Jonjo Shelvey brings the ball down nicely and then releases Joe Cole breaking forward, Cole shoots low across the face of goal but it is just wide. Better from Liverpool though.

  74. 2020: 

    Andrew, London, via text: "Given that it's off the coast of Africa, not a massive shock Maritimo fans aren't there from Madeira. Newcastle only took 100 over there. Forca verde rubros!"

  75. 2018: 

    It's been a quiet opening at Newcastle, the game has been pretty level so far with neither side taking charge. Can Maritimo give their travelling gang of fans anything to cheer about?

  76. 2017: 

    George Maclachlan on Twitter: "It is clear Joe Cole hasn't being playing regular football, lacks any pace/stamina early on."

    Phil Mansell on Twitter: "Jonjo Shelvey is going to show Eden Hazard how the false 9 role should be played tonight."

    Mike Hall on Twitter: "The bookies have got the Young Boys match dead wrong. Liverpool won't risk Suarez to advance in the Europa League!"

  77. 2016: 

    Christian Schneuwly is seeing plenty of the ball for Young Boys, who continue their decent start at Anfield. Schneuwly drives in a low shot but it has no pace on it and Pepe Reina easily gathers.

  78. 2013: 

    Suso is the closest to a centre-forward that Liverpool have out there at the minute, Jonjo Shelvey is doing plenty of roaming around. The striker is dying out. We may never see another Peter Crouch at the top level.

  79. 2011: 

    The Maritimo end at St James' is not quite rocking so much - ESPN report only 36 Maritimo fans are at the game. My school class was bigger.

  80. 2009: 

    Young Boys have brought 2,500 fans to Anfield tonight, it's their largest ever European following and they are making a right din. Their players are enjoying themselves as well , Raul Bobadilla floats out a fantastic cross-field pass to Raphael Nuzzolo, who cuts in and hits a low shot which Pepe Reina has to deal with.

  81. 2007: 

    Newcastle also start with a bang. Davide Santon cuts in on to his right foot from the left and belts in a shot which Romain Salin beats away in the Maritimo goal.

  82. 2006: 

    Sensational start from Young Boys as they have a chance after nine seconds! They stream forward from the kick-off, Gonzalo Zarate gets in down the left and his cut back is just about dealt with. Almost immediate panic stations.

  83. 2005: 

    We are away in Newcastle and Liverpool...

  84. 2002: 

    Newcastle boss Alan Pardew: "We want to qualify from this competition. We feel we have done well in it and now we have to transfer that form to the Premier League.

    "Tonight is about getting the job done and concentrating on the game at Southampton on Sunday"

  85. 2002: 

    Newcastle know they will progress into the knockout stage by beating Portuguese visitors Maritimo - but what about their Group D rivals? Bordeaux travel the breadth of France to Belgian side Club Bruges knowing they will reach the last 32 if they return over the border with a point.

    What's happening elsewhere in the 2005 GMT kick-offs? Well, Group B is pretty straightforward. Defending champions Atletico Madrid and Czech side Plzen need a point from their respective matches against Hapoel Tel Aviv and Academica to advance. Joey Barton's Marseille host Group C leaders Fenerbahce, who need a point to qualify. But things are more complex in Group E and Group F with Napoli and PSV Eindhoven among those in action.

  86. 2001: 

    The teams are out on the pitch at Anfield and St James' Park. Kick-off moments away...

  87. 2001: 

    Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers: "It's a great incentive for us with the other game finishing 2-0, we know that a win sends us through. The reality is we have four games in 10 days so I had to use the squad but I trust the players. Jonjo Shelvey is an offensive player and he wants to score goals so it will be interesting to see him up there."

  88. 1958: 

    Tottenham's Group J rivals Panathinaikos see out their 1-0 lead against Maribor to set up an all-or-nothing tie at White Hart Lane. It also means the Slovenian side are eliminated.

    Three more sides advance to the knockout stage following the early kick-offs. Sparta Prague join Group I opponents Lyon in the last 32 after the sides play out a 1-1 draw in the Czech Republic. Spanish outfit Levante progress from Group L with a comfortable 3-1 victory at Helsingborgs. And the trio is completed by Genk of Belgium after their narrow 1-0 triumph against Hungarian side Videoton, managed by ex-QPR, Swansea and Leicester boss Paulo Sousa.

  89. 1953: 

    Pepe Reina can add a record to his CV tonight - his 81st European appearance takes him past Ray Clemence's club record for a goalkeeper at Liverpool.

  90. 1951: 
    FULL-TIME- Lazio 0-0 Tottenham

    So Lazio go through with this point, while Spurs need just a point from their final game at home to Panathanaikos.

  91. 1950: 

    One last chance for Lazio, but Sergio Floccari blasts wide at the near post. Miroslav Klose needs to sort out some finishing lessons.

  92. 1949: 

    I hope Gazza's got a nice hotel and a good meal lined up, or he's really wasted his trip. This second half has been a write-off, certainly as far as Spurs are concerned. They've posed no threat at all. We are into stoppage time.

  93. 1944: 

    We are into the last five minutes and thanks to that save it looks like Spurs are heading for yet another draw in the Europa League.

  94. 1943: 

    Chance of the match - save of the match as Hugo Lloris keeps Spurs alive! Michael Ciani rises highest to bullet in a header from five yards out, Lloris adjusts his feet in mid air to somehow keep it out. That is a brilliant stop.

  95. 1940: 

    Joey Barton is again in the Marseille side tonight as they host Fenerbahce. The Englishman's domestic ban must be over now, surely? I wonder if we'll see him pull on a QPR shirt ever again?

  96. 1938: 

    Into the last 10 minutes in Rome. As it stands, Lazio will go through.

  97. 1937: 

    It's safe to say that Libor Kozak has not had his best night in front of goal, and the Lazio man has now been taken off. It's Sergio Floccari on in his place.

  98. 1936: 

    Tottenham fan, via text: "Spurs not doing too badly for a team with nine men. Where are last season's Dempsey and Sigurdsson?"

    They've both been taken off now, but they are not hitting the heights of last season, I agree.

  99. 1934: 

    This is a big change for Spurs fans - the impressive youngster Tom Carroll comes off as Mousa Dembele comes on for his first appearance since picking up an injury for Belgium against Scotland in early October.

  100. 1933: 

    Big news in Group J - and not from Rome. Panathinaikos midfielder Vitolo, who missed an earlier penalty, nets the opener against visitors Maribor. That sets up an all-or-nothing shootout between Spurs and Panathinaikos at White Hart Lane - as things stand. If Spurs draw at Lazio, and Panathinaikos do beat 10-man Maribor, then the Greeks would qualify at the expense of Andre Villas-Boas's men with a win in North London. That all make sense? Good.

  101. 1929: 

    This is close again for Lazio. Cristian Ledesma steps up to a free-kick 25 yards out, he goes for a curler but Hugo Lloris is able to watch as it drifts a yard wide of the near post. Fine effort, if not in the Gazza category of blockbusters.

  102. 1927: 

    The Spurs fans are in good voice now - we have 20 minutes left in Rome.

  103. 1923: 

    Libor Kozak cannot buy a goal - this is four good chances now for the Lazio striker. He does well here though, a fine touch takes him in on goal and he hits a low shot on the slide. Again though, Hugo Lloris makes the save.

  104. 1922: 

    It's a double chance for Spurs as we hit the hour mark. Positive ones as well, Jermain Defoe comes on for Clint Dempsey and Aaron Lennon on for Gylfi Sigurdsson. Can they do the business?

  105. 1920: 

    Another chance for Libor Kozak. Another bad miss for Libor Kozak.

    Sandro loses the ball cheaply and Lazio break quickly, Kozak is clean through and as Hugo Lloris dives to his left, the striker rolls his shot into the side-netting. If Miroslav Klose was in tonight, Lazio could be two or three up.

  106. 1918: 

    Aaron Lennon is warming up on the touchline. He's not Gazza but he is a man to get you out of a lull.

  107. 1917: 
    LINE-UPS- Liverpool v Young Boys (2005 GMT)

    Liverpool: Reina, Wisdom, Skrtel, Carragher, Downing, Suso, Sahin, Henderson, Cole, Shelvey, Assaidi. Subs: Jones, Jose Enrique, Suarez, Gerrard, Coates, Allen, Sterling.

    Young Boys: Wolfli, Sutter, Nef, Veskovac, Lecjaks, Zverotic, Farnerud, Zarate, Schneuwly, Nuzzolo, Bobadilla. Subs: Mvogo, Gonzalez, Ojala, Vitkieviez, Costanzo, Frey, Doubai.

    Referee: Alon Yefet (Israel)

  108. 1913: 

    As we hit the 55-minute mark, this game is in a lull. Gazza will not approve.

  109. 1912: 

    Michael Griffin on Twitter: "Re 19:05. Think their names are Dani Pacheco, Samed Yesil, Adam Morgan."

  110. 1912: 
    LINE-UPS- Newcastle v Maritimo (2005 GMT)

    Newcastle: Krul, Simpson, Steven Taylor, Coloccini, Santon, Marveaux, Bigirimana, Anita, Sammy Ameobi, Ben Arfa, Cisse. Subs: Elliot, Williamson, Amalfitano, Ba, Ferguson, Tavernier, Abeid.

    Maritimo: Salin, Joao Diogo, Roberge, Marcio Rosario, Ruben Ferreira, Joao Luiz, Rafael Miranda, David Simao, Danilo Dias, Adilson, Sami. Subs: Ricardo Ferreira, Fidelis, Luis Olim, Briguel, Rodrigo Antonio, Ruben Brigido, Joao Guilherme.

    Referee: Danny Makkelie (Nederland)

  111. 1910: 

    How's this for a stat - Isaac Donkor was born 12 days before Javier Zanetti made his debut for Inter in Aug 1995. Both came on as a sub today as the Italian side lost 3-0 at Rubin Kazan. Talk about making someone feel old...

  112. 1908: 

    Kyle Naughton is back with us after a brief period of treatment. And Spurs go close - Emmanuel Adebayor peels out to the right wing and puts in a fine low cross to the near post, but it's cleared from in front of Clint Dempsey.

  113. 1906: 

    Full-backs named Kyle are in the wars tonight. Walker was in trouble in the first half, and now Naughton is down holding his ankle after an innocuous looking challenge in midfield. Michael Dawson is warming up.

  114. 1905: 
    Newcastle v Maritimo (2005 GMT)

    Newcastle manager Alan Pardew plays it safe with skipper Fabricio Coloccini back in the starting line-up after missing the defeat by Swansea because of a domestic ban. Striker Papiss Cisse is also recalled having sat out on Saturday after Senegal invoked a Fifa ban to stop him playing. Cheick Tiote is suspended.

  115. 1905: 

    Tom, perplexed Liverpool fan in Hull, via text: "Shelvey playing in false number 9 role. Does Rodgers not realise we actually have other strikers aside from Suarez?"


  116. 1903: 

    Lazio pumping out an acoustic version of the music they play at Newcastle just then - Mark Knopfler's 'Local Hero'. I can only imagine that was in Gazza's honour. Surely?

  117. 1903: 
    KICK-OFF- Lazio 0-0 Tottenham

    We are back under way in Rome.

  118. 1901: 

    Ben Lewis on Twitter: "Sigurdsson is being forced to play out wide to accommodate Dempsey who hasn't done anything all season and looks very poor."

  119. 1900: 
    Newcastle v Maritimo (2005 GMT)

    Newcastle manager Alan Pardew does not want any more defeats in front of his own fans. He says: "We have lost two home games and that is not acceptable for us. We need to make sure we win. Doing that would give us qualification, so it's a big night for us."

    Maritimo coach Pedro Martins says: "Newcastle lost their last two games, which I have watched, and maybe their confidence is down a little, but I am not so sure that affects this game."

  120. 1858: 
    Liverpool v Young Boys (2005 GMT)

    Brendan Rodgers makes seven changes for Liverpool, leaving Luis Suarez and Steven Gerrard on the bench. With no recognised striker in the team it looks like Suso will play alone up front instead of his customary wider role. Stewart Downing slots in at left-back and keeper Pepe Reina is in goal with Jordan Henderson getting a rare start in midfield.

  121. 1856: 

    Good news for Liverpool fans - Group A leaders Anzhi have beaten visitors Udinese in a 2-0 win. Goals from ex-Blackburn defender Chris Samba and Cameroon superstar Samuel Eto'o mean Liverpool know they will join Anzhi in the last-32 with victory against Young Boys.

    In Tottenham's Group J Maribor are reduced to 10 men at Greek hosts Panathinaikos after Ales Mejac picks up two first-half yellow cards. Ideally both teams need three points tonight as they aim to overhaul second-placed Spurs.

  122. 1856: 
    BREAKING TEAM NEWS- Newcastle v Maritimo (2005 GMT)

    Papiss Cisse starts up front for Newcastle, while Fabricio Coloccini is back in the side.

  123. 1854: 
    Liverpool v Young Boys (2005 GMT)

    BBC Sport's David Ornstein reports: "These might not be vintage times at Anfield, but a seven-match unbeaten run in the Premier League has seen Liverpool build a degree of momentum - and they could take another step forward against Young Boys tonight.

    "Victory for Brendan Rogers's side will guarantee them a place in the Europa League knockout stage with a game to spare, allowing the Reds to refocus on domestic matters while looking forward to another European adventure."

  124. 1853: 
    Newcastle v Maritimo (2005 GMT)

    BBC Sport's Jeremy Butler reports: "Newcastle can book a place in the last 32 with a game to spare if they beat Marítimo. And the omens are good for Alan Pardew's men as the Portuguese side have lost both their away group games without scoring.

    "Newcastle will be strengthened by the return of skipper Fabricio Coloccini, who is available again as his ban only covers domestic games. Pardew is expecting his team to stretch their unbeaten run in Europe this season to a seventh game."

  125. 1849: 
    BREAKING TEAM NEWS- Liverpool v Young Boys (2005 GMT)

    Stewart Downing, Joe Cole, Jamie Carragher and Jordan Henderson all start at Anfield.

  126. 1847: 

    So Spurs should have been ahead early on when that Gareth Bale strike was ruled out - incorrectly - for offside, but since then the home side have gone close on several occasions. As Matt Cartwright said on Twitter there, Hugo Lloris is having a fine game. He does have a propensity for the Hollywood save, but he can do the bread and butter stuff as well.

  127. 1846: 
    HALF-TIME- Lazio 0-0 Tottenham
  128. 1845: 

    Matt Cartwright on Twitter: "Lloris is having a great game."

  129. 1842: 

    Now Spurs are finally back to 11 men as Kyle Walker rejoins the fray.

  130. 1840: 

    I thought Kyle Walker was back on the pitch but there is some sort of faffing about still going on. He has got the 49 shirt on his back but there is a suggestion that he can't come on with a different number on his shorts! Bizarre. In his absence, Lazio almost get ahead as Libor Kozak is played in but Hugo Lloris is out extremely quickly to tackle him, and then does well not to handle outside of his area.

  131. 1838: 

    Kyle Walker is off the field sporting a bloody nose, but after a quick patch-up job he is back on the pitch. We are into the last 10 minutes of the half.

  132. 1837: 

    Lazio are on top now, this is a strong spell as crosses rain in from the left. Jan Vertonghen makes two huge clearing headers though as Spurs hang on.

  133. 1835: 

    Rafa Benitez on his returning to the Premier League after a three-year absence: "Out of the game is not out of the game."

    That gem of a quote, and plenty more, are dropping in to our Sportsday Live page as Rafa holds his news conference.

  134. 1831: 

    On the sly, this is a very good game. End to end stuff now. Spurs threaten when Gylfi Sigurdsson whips in a very dangerous cross which Beppe Biava does well to toe away, and Lazio then have an opening seconds later.

    Stefano Mauri loops a ball over the defence to Senad Lulic, and he is able to pick out that man Libor Kozak in the middle, who heads wide.

  135. 1829: 

    Oh , Lazio should score! They break well down the right, Luis Cavanda threads through a pass which Kyle Walker makes a mess of, and Libor Kozak is in on goal. He shoots low, but it's tame and Hugo Lloris is able to keep it out with his right foot. Miroslav Klose would have buried that one, but Spurs survive.

  136. 1823: 

    Spurs are still controlling this game - more than they did at Arsenal anyway, no matter what AVB said after the game. They work the ball smartly out to Gareth Bale, who has found space on the right. Lazio are slow to close him down and the Welshman arrows in a cross/shot which nearly catches Federico Marchetti out in the Lazio goal, but he just about manages to get back and tip it over. Did Bale mean that? I don't know...

  137. 1819: 

    Lazio almost lead! Cristian Ledesma cracks in a shot from 30 yards, the ball moves all over the place and Hugo Lloris can only get one hand to it. He tips it up and on to the crossbar before reacting quickly to dive on the loose ball. That was a cracking hit.

  138. 1816: 

    Lazio have been quiet in this opening spell, but here's their first real sight of goal. Stefan Radu works the ball down the left before picking out Senad Lulic in space 20 yards from goal. He cracks in a powerful shot, but it is always rising and clears the bar comfortably.

  139. 1815:  
    BBC Radio 5 live

    5 live Sport is presented tonight by Eleanor Oldroyd. Sports reporter Gordon Farquhar will have the latest on the Mark Clattenburg case, then chief football reporter Ian Dennis will speak to Mike Riley from Professional Game Match Officials, Allan Leighton from the referees' union and Neil Ashton from the Daily Mail.

    Then the focus moves towards Chelsea and Rafael Benitez, with 5 live Boxing and 5 live Rugby later on - you can listen to it all from 1900 GMT.

  140. 1814: 

    More quality from Gareth Bale. He beats two men with ease on the left before bending in a cross, Gylfi Sigurdsson is waiting for the volley but some fine defending from Stefan Radu hooks the ball out. Strong stuff from Spurs again.

  141. 1813: 

    Alex in Kent on text: "Re: Marc at 1805. Dawson is not good enough at top level. Slow, cumbersome and mistake ridden. Carried by Ledley King, and when was Ledley was injured he was always found out. Good on AVB for bringing through Caulker!"

  142. 1811: 

    Spurs have made a good start here, they are not sulking about that offside call, with Sandro patrolling midfield well. We've not seen much of Emmanuel Adebayor yet - after his early fireworks at Arsenal at the weekend it's been a slow start from the big man.

  143. 1809: 
    Radio 5 live's Alistair Bruce-Ball at AnfieldLiverpool v Young Boys (2005 GMT)

    "On the way into the press box at Anfield I've just walked past a big picture of a smiling Rafael Benitez holding the European Cup aloft in Istanbul. Just a thought - Liverpool could play Chelsea in the Europa League from the last 16 onwards if Chelsea don't qualify for the Champions League knockout stages.

    "Of course Liverpool still have work to do to qualify for the knockout stages but a home win tonight and if Udinese don't win against Anzhi in Moscow then they're through with a game to spare. Updates from Anfield on 5 Live, kick-off at 2005."

  144. 1806: 

    Controversy here. Thomas Carroll, who looks a real prospect, picks out a fine pass from the centre-circle to put Gareth Bale in on goal. His pace is too much for the covering defender and Bale easily rounds goalkeeper Federico Marchetti and slides into the net. But the flag is raised for offside - and Gareth Bale was clearly onside. Hard lines for Spurs - who had two goals disallowed for offside in the reverse game if I recall correctly.

  145. 1805: 

    Michael Dawson is not flavour of the month at Spurs it seems, but it is good to see Steven Caulker back from injury in the defence tonight. I thought he had a good England debut last week.

  146. 1805: 

    Marc on text: "Disappointed that Dawson isn't starting. we desperately need someone in charge at the back. Daws would make a big difference."

  147. 1803: 

    Lazio almost sneak a pass through on the edge of the area, but Cristian Ledesma is crowded out by Jan Vertonghen. Gareth Bale and Clint Dempsey are playing right up top for Spurs, either side of Emmanuel Adebayor.

  148. 1801: 
    KICK-OFF- Lazio v Tottenham (1800 GMT)

    We are away in Rome.

  149. 1800: 

    As an aside, former Liverpool boss Rafa Benitez is having a press conference at Chelsea as we speak.

    You can stay across what he has to say in Sportsday Live. It's a two-window job for the next few minutes...

  150. 1756: 

    Gareth Bale captains Tottenham tonight, and is leading his side up the steps and on to the pitch now. Kick-off moments away.

  151. 1756: 

    Spurs boss Andre Villas-Boas speaking prior to kick-off: "We just have to do our job tonight. The pressure is less intense when you believe in what you do. When you stick together you get the result you want. Where there is competence there is success, and our job is to deliver. We are coming to Lazio's home and it will be difficult, but it doesn't change the scenario of us trying to win the game. We will try to qualify tonight."

  152. 1754: 

    Liverpool's Group A rivals Anzhi Makhachkala and Udinese are still goalless as their early kick-off reaches half-time. If Anzhi win, and their success is matched by Liverpool against Young Boys later, then the Reds will progress.

    Rubin Kazan are leading 1-0 against Inter Milan, though both teams have already qualified from Group H. And Neftchi are 1-0 ahead against Partizan Belgrade in the same group.

  153. 1752: 

    So we are 10 minutes away from kick-off in Rome then. Lazio boss Vladimir Petkovic may not have to worry about Aaron Lennon tonight - he's on the bench - but Gareth Bale is there to give them plenty of grief. He was outstanding in the last Europa League game against Maribor.

    This is also a big opportunity for Gylfi Sigurdsson and Clint Dempsey, who have not really hit their stride in a Spurs shirt yet.

  154. 1749: 

    Anthony Beckingham on Twitter: "Went for a tour of White Hart Lane last year, about 90% of the stories told involved Gazza, including him hunting the cockerel #COYS."

  155. 1746: 
    Lazio v Tottenham (1800 GMT)

    Tottenham boss Andre Villas-Boas, who won the Europa League with Porto in 2010-11, says he is hoping for a classic encounter in Rome against Group J leaders Lazio. "It could be a good European night," said the Portuguese. "It's a game - and I've spoken about this in the past - that could be a Champions League fixture, playing in this stadium against a team full of history. I'm sure both teams will approach it in that way."

    For their part, Lazio come into this fixture a mite out of form. They have won only two of their last six games, although they do lie fifth in Serie A. Manager Vladimir Petkovic is in bullish mood: "I am not worried by Gareth Bale and Aaron Lennon. I do not choose my line-up based on the opposition. We need to know their strengths and weaknesses, but not necessarily change to adapt. I'll field my first choice line-up."

  156. 1744: 

    Chris, Manchester, via text : "Gazza warming up pre match at the City Ground in front of the old Trent End spooned a free-kick over the stand and into the Trent. He then proceeded to conduct the Forest fans' jeers like an orchestra. Great sense of humour."

    Dan, Surrey, via text: "Re 1727. I am sure Muse will appreciate you getting that Plug In, Baby."

  157. 1743: 

    Gazza is doing a lap of honour at the Stadio Olimpico, with all supporters giving him a huge ovation. He scored an equaliser for Lazio in the Rome derby once. With a header, no less. That sort of thing buys you plenty of favour in these parts...

  158. 1741: 

    Times reporter Peter Lansley in Rome: "Lazio banner: 'lionhearted headstrong pure talent real man Still our hero' as Gazza goes on regal procession."

  159. 1734: 
    Lazio v Tottenham (1800 GMT)

    Andre Villas-Boas keeps faith with France international Hugo Lloris in goal, while veteran keeper Brad Friedel misses out of the squad altogether. Striker Emmanuel Adebayor also keeps his place, despite his straight red card against former club Arsenal at the weekend. Youngster Tom Carroll, capped once at England Under-19 level, starts surely the biggest game of his Spurs career to date, while Mousa Dembele makes the bench after a spell on the sidelines with a hip injury.

    There is no Miroslav Klose in the Lazio squad.

  160. 1733: 

    Tim Butler on Twitter: "Favourite Gazza moment has to be the 91 FA Cup Semi v Arsenal... "Is he going to have a crack, he is you know..."

  161. 1732: 

    Spurs have just tweeted a picture of Gazza - so we can confirm that he is there tonight. That's a relief - my intro would have been scuppered if he was nowhere to be seen...

  162. 1730: 

    Of course we will be focusing on Tottenham's trip to Rome's Olympic Stadium in the 1800 GMT kick-offs. But there are also eight others getting underway at the same time. The most important one for Spurs fans is the other Group J tie between Panathinaikos and Maribor. Both teams need wins to keep their last-32 hopes alive.

    Elsewhere, Sparta Prague need a home draw against already-qualified Lyon to ensure progress from Group I. The point would eliminate Hapoel Kiryat Shmona and last year's finalists Athletic Bilbao, whose match in Israel has been postponed because of the tense security situation in the region.

    All four teams in Group G - Genk, Videoton, Basel and Sporting Lisbon - can still qualify, while Levante will advance from Group L by beating bottom-club Helsingborgs.

  163. 1728: 

    Tim in London on text: "Spurs at Bramall Lane in early 90s, Gazza doing pre-match tricks in front of the Spurs fans; Vinnie Jones (then of Sheff Utd) tried to copy him, failed and fell over. Legends, both of them."

  164. 1727: 
    Lazio v Tottenham (1800 GMT)

    BBC Sport's Jimmy Smallwood reports: "Paul Gascoigne should be in the stands this evening - and at the reverse fixture in September both sets of supporters could be heard to chant his name. The 0-0 draw played out between these teams in the autumn was the first of three Europa League draws which still leaves Spurs exposed to elimination, despite manager Andre Villas-Boas declaring in the summer that Tottenham regard this competition highly.

    "One other thing to note will be the size of the attendance at the Stadio Olimpico - most expect it be to packed out when rockers Muse travel to Italy next summer. AVB will want to leave Spurs fans Feeling Good - experiencing Bliss, even - at the final whistle tonight."

  165. 1725: 
    LINE-UPS- Lazio v Tottenham (1800 GMT)

    Lazio: Marchetti, Cavanda, Biava, Ciani, Radu, Mauri, Gonzalez, Ledesma, Hernanes, Lulic, Kozak. Subs: Bizzarri, Scaloni, Ederson, Onazi, Rozzi, Candreva, Floccari.

    Tottenham: Lloris, Walker, Caulker, Vertonghen, Naughton, Sigurdsson, Sandro, Carroll, Bale, Dempsey, Adebayor. Subs: Cudicini, Huddlestone, Lennon, Defoe, Dembele, Dawson, Livermore.

    Referee: Fernando Teixeira Vitienes (Spain)

  166. 1724: 

    Having won their last eight home matches in Europe, Newcastle will be confident of beating Marítimo tonight, and that will be enough to advance from Group D. Sorted.

  167. 1722: 

    Lazio will clinch pole position in Group J with victory at home to Tottenham - but a Spurs win in the Italian capital would take them through. You got this so far?

  168. 1720: 

    So who needs to do what tonight then? It's not the most straightforward of scenarios, but here goes...

    As Aman says on that text there, Group A is a tight affair. But victories for Anzhi Makhachkala at home to Udinese and Liverpool against Young Boys at Anfield will take them through.

  169. 1719: 

    Aman, Liverpool fan on text: "If Udinese beat Anzhi & Liverpool and Young Boys draw, then all four teams in Group A will be on 7 points for the final game week! How exciting will that be!"

  170. 1713: 

    As always, the games taking place in the far east of Europe have kicked off earlier to avoid late-night finishes and plummeting temperatures. The match between Liverpool's Group A rivals Anzhi and Udinese is already underway, with the Russian hosts knowing they will advance into the knockout phase with a win. It is currently goalless.

    Both Group H ties have kicked off too - but there is little to play for other than pride. Rubin Kazan entertain Italian giants Inter Milan with both sides comfortably through to the last-32. The Russians already lead 1-0 after only two minutes. Azerbaijan side Neftchi lead Partizan Belgrade 1-0 in the other game.

  171. 1711: 

    So then, can we have a turnaround in Europe tonight and see all three of our Premier League sides through? Or are we in for another night of toil and struggle? And as a special request, let's have your favourite Gazza memories. All of them...

    You can text in on 81111 (UK Only), and Tweet us using the hashtag #bbcfootball. Pop your names on those texts though please. Cheers.

  172. 1710: 

    Spurs are in Rome for our early kick-off, but there are plenty of other games to keep you all interested through the evening. Here's our line-up...

  173. 1707: 
    BREAKING TEAM NEWS- Lazio v Tottenham (1800 GMT)

    Emmanuel Adebayor starts up front for Spurs despite his red card at Arsenal on Saturday, while there are also starts for Gylfi Sigurdsson and Hugo Lloris.

  174. 1707: 

    Gazza. The great man himself is reported to be conquering one of his many fears - flying - to attend the match in Rome this evening, and if that doesn't inspire the two sides to bring out a few tricks, flicks, turns and japes, then we've got no chance have we?

  175. 1700: 

    It is 20 years since Paul Gascoigne left Tottenham to join Lazio at the end of a protracted, injury-delayed transfer.

    The Lazio fans still sing his name. His face still adorns banners in the crowd at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome. Gazza remains an iconic figure at the Italian club - and tonight he comes back.

    Yep, if Spurs' Europa League match this evening can provide just one moment of Gazza-style magic, then we are all in for a treat...

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Europa League results

22 Nov 2012 23:59 UK

  • Academica1-1Plzen
  • AIK Solna1-2Napoli
  • Anzhi Makhachkala2-0Udinese
  • Atl Madrid1-0Hapoel Tel-Aviv
  • Borussia M'gladbach2-0AEL Limassol
  • Club Bruges1-2Bordeaux
  • FC Basel3-0Sporting
  • Met'st Kharkiv 2-0B Leverkusen
  • Hannover 960-0FC Twente
  • Helsingborgs1-3Levante
  • Lazio0-0TottenhamFT
  • Liverpool2-2Young BoysFT
  • Marseille0-1Fenerbahce
  • Molde1-2FC Copenhagen
  • Neftchi1-1Partizan Belgrade
  • Newcastle1-1MaritimoFT
  • Panathinaikos1-0NK Maribor
  • PSV Eind'ven1-2Dnipro
  • Rosenborg3-2Rapid Vienna
  • Rubin Kazan3-0Inter Milan
  • Sparta Prague1-1Lyon
  • Steaua Buch't1-5VfB Stuttgart
  • Videoton0-1Genk

Europa Lg Group A table snapshot

As it stood on 22 Nov 2012 23:59 UK

Position Team P GD PTS
1 Anzhi Makhachkala 5 4 10
2 Liverpool 5 1 7
3 Young Boys 5 -1 7
4 Udinese 5 -4 4

Europa Lg Group B table snapshot

As it stood on 22 Nov 2012 23:59 UK

Position Team P GD PTS
1 Atl Madrid 5 4 12
2 Plzen 5 6 10
3 Academica 5 -1 5
4 Hapoel Tel-Aviv 5 -9 1

Europa Lg Group C table snapshot

As it stood on 22 Nov 2012 23:59 UK

Position Team P GD PTS
1 Fenerbahce 5 6 13
2 Borussia M'gladbach 5 2 8
3 Marseille 5 1 5
4 AEL Limassol 5 -9 1

Europa Lg Group D table snapshot

As it stood on 22 Nov 2012 23:59 UK

Position Team P GD PTS
1 Bordeaux 5 3 10
2 Newcastle 5 4 9
3 Club Bruges 5 -4 4
4 Maritimo 5 -3 3

Europa Lg Group E table snapshot

As it stood on 22 Nov 2012 23:59 UK

Position Team P GD PTS
1 Steaua Buch't 5 0 10
2 VfB Stuttgart 5 4 8
3 FC Copenhagen 5 -1 7
4 Molde 5 -3 3

Europa Lg Group F table snapshot

As it stood on 22 Nov 2012 23:59 UK

Position Team P GD PTS
1 Dnipro 5 4 12
2 Napoli 5 2 9
3 AIK Solna 5 -5 4
4 PSV Eind'ven 5 -1 4

Europa Lg Group G table snapshot

As it stood on 22 Nov 2012 23:59 UK

Position Team P GD PTS
1 Genk 5 5 11
2 FC Basel 5 3 8
3 Videoton 5 -1 6
4 Sporting 5 -7 2

Europa Lg Group H table snapshot

As it stood on 22 Nov 2012 23:59 UK

Position Team P GD PTS
1 Rubin Kazan 5 7 13
2 Inter Milan 5 2 10
3 Partizan Belgrade 5 -5 2
4 Neftchi 5 -4 2

Europa Lg Group I table snapshot

As it stood on 22 Nov 2012 23:59 UK

Position Team P GD PTS
1 Lyon 5 4 13
2 Sparta Prague 5 3 8
3 Hap Kiryat Shmona 4 -3 2
4 Athletic Bilbao 4 -4 1

Europa Lg Group J table snapshot

As it stood on 22 Nov 2012 23:59 UK

Position Team P GD PTS
1 Lazio 5 4 9
2 Tottenham 5 2 7
3 Panathinaikos 5 -5 5
4 NK Maribor 5 -1 4

Europa Lg Group K table snapshot

As it stood on 22 Nov 2012 23:59 UK

Position Team P GD PTS
1 Met'st Kharkiv 5 7 13
2 B Leverkusen 5 6 10
3 Rosenborg 5 -2 6
4 Rapid Vienna 5 -11 0

Europa Lg Group L table snapshot

As it stood on 22 Nov 2012 23:59 UK

Position Team P GD PTS
1 Hannover 96 5 3 11
2 Levante 5 5 10
3 FC Twente 5 -3 4
4 Helsingborgs 5 -5 1