Everton's Leon Osman celebrates scoring their second goal of the game during their Enlgish Premier League soccer match against West Ham at Goodison Park, Liverpool, England, Saturday, Nov. 22, 2014. (AP Photo/Peter Byrne, PA Wire)
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Everton, Tottenham and Celtic can wrap up their places in the Europa League knockout stage in Thursday's penultimate batch of group matches.That leaves 20 places still up for grabs from the group phase, with eight third-place finishers from the Champions League also set to parachute into the draw.The Toffees, on eight points, face a daunting trip to Wolfsburg carrying a one-point lead over their Bundesliga hosts with French side Lille on three and tackling Turkish side Krasnodar, who prop up the group with two draws from four matches.The two teams can advance, with Everton needing a win to top the pool, while a draw could see both sides move forward if Lille fail to win in Turkey.Borussia Moenchengladbach, on eight points, are one point ahead of La Liga hopefuls Villareal in Group A, as the two teams meet in Spain.
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