Roundup of the fourth matchweek of group stage action in 2023-24 UEFA Europa League.
Brighton, West Ham and Rangers entered this matchweek seeking to boost their knockout qualification hopes, whilst Liverpool looked to wrap up their knockout place with two games to spare.
Now, here is a roundup of all the action across every group.
Lucas Paqueta netted a 73rd minute winner as West Ham scraped past Olympiacos at home to stay top of Group A.
Merlin Rohl, Maximilan Eggestein, Noah Weißhaupt, Junior Adamu and Ritsu Doan all struck for SC Freiburg in a 5-0 home win over TSC.
Chancel Mbemba and Ismaila Sarr both netted for Marseille in a 2-0 away win at AEK Athens to stay top of Group B.
Ansu Fati and Simon Adingra netted either side of half-time as Brighton achieved a 2-0 win away at Ajax to climb to second in the group.
Borja Iglesias, Aitor Ruibal, Marc Roca and Abde Ezzalzouli all struck for Group C leaders, Real Betis in a 4-1 home win over Aris Limassol.
First half goals from Danilo and Todd Cantwell saw Rangers beat Sparta Prague 2-1 to move up to second in the group, despite Lukas Haraslin netting a late consolatory goal for the visitors.
Berat Dkimsiti struck a 50th minute winner on his 200th appearance for Atalanta in a 1-0 home win over Sturm Graz, as the Italian club remained top of Group D.
Pedro Goncalves’ brace saw Sporting Lisbon beat Rakow Czestochowa 2-1 to stay second.
Aron Dønnum, Thijs Dallinga and Frank Magri all netted for Toulouse in a 3-2 home win over Group E leaders, Liverpool, which lifted the French club up to second and denied Jurgen Klopp’s Reds a chance to secure qualification for the knockout stages.
Sascha Horvath, Maksym Talovyerov and Robert Zuulj all netted for LASK in a 3-0 home win over Union Saint-Gilloise, which dropped the visitors to third in the group.
Second half goals from Ibrahim Salah and Ludovic Blas saw Group F leaders, Rennes stay top with a 3-1 home win over Panathinaikos, in which Fabian Rieder’s opening goal had been cancelled out by Fotis Ioannidis’ 34th minute equalising penalty.
Alejandro Baena and Alexander Sørloth struck late as Villarreal came from behind to beat Maccabi Haifa who had led through Abdoulaye Seck’s 30th minute goal.
Vaclav Jurecka and Lukas Masopust struck in the second half as Slavia Prague beat AS Roma 2-0 at home to top Group G.
Late goals from Steve Rouiller and Chris Bedia saw Servette fight back to beat Sheriff Tiraspol at home, after the Moldovan club had led through Yoan Severin’s 12th minute goal.
Victor Boniface struck a 94th minute penalty winner as Group H leaders, Bayer Leverkusen scraped victory away at second-placed Qarabag.
Kristian Eriksen’s brace and a 16th minute opening goal from Frederik Gulbrandsen saw Molde win 3-1 at BK Hacken to move level on points with Qarabag.