Horsens are almost certain of playing in the Europa League next season following a 2-1 home win over Midtjylland.
Midtjylland, who began the day a point ahead of Horsens, took a fifth-minute lead through Rilwan Hassan.
But Horsens claimed the lead before half-time, following goals from substitute Niels Lodberg (22) and Ken Fagerberg (36), and held on to take over third place.
It left them nine points clear of AGF Aarhus who must win their remaining three games, including a trip to Horsens next week, to deny them a European place.
York warmed up for their Blue Square Bet Premier play-off final with Luton by lifting the FA Trophy following a 2-0 victory over Newport at Wembley.
Matty Blair, who scored the goal to ensure the Minstermen will be returning to the national stadium next Saturday, opened the scoring 20 minutes into the second half, claiming his 19th goal of the season after latching on to a throughball from Ashley Chambers.
Man of the match Lanre Oyebanjo added a second in the 72nd minute after a fine cut-back from Chambers to secure victory and York will now be hoping to secure a Wembley double which would see them return to the Football League.
Mjallby AIF moved up to fifth in the Allsvenska with a 2-1 win at Kalmar FF on Saturday.
Daniel Nicklasson put the visitors ahead in the 21st minute and Erton Fejzullahu restored their lead a minute before the break following Daniel Mendes' 40th-minute leveller.
Kalmar finished the game with 10 men following the 77th-minute sending off of Emin Nouri.
In the day's other game, Djurgarden and Atvidaberg drew 1-1.
Substitute Petrit Zhubi equalised for Atvidaberg four minutes from time to cancel out Ricardo Santos' 79th-minute opener.
Swiss Super League
Super League champions Basle defeated struggling Grasshoppers 6-3 in an entertaining clash at St Jakob Park.
Grasshoppers took the lead when Joao Pedro Paiva scored after four minutes but strikes from Valentin Stocker and Jacques Zoua put Basle ahead at the break.
Frank Feltscher's own-goal made it 3-1 before a staggering run of four goals in as many minutes between the 69th and 73rd minutes, Basle scoring through Alexander Frei and Benjamin Huggel and the visitors replying through Paiva's second and Steven Zuber.
Zoua scored his own second to end the scoring in the 81st minute.
Second-placed Lucerne beat Lausanne Sports 3-2 in another game where goals arrived in a cluster.
The match was goalless at the break, with Florian Stahel ending the stalemate in the 64th minute.
A run of four goals in 12 minutes followed, with Nelson Ferreira scoring in the 85th and 87th minutes and Figueiredo Gleidionor (77, pen) and Jocelyn Roux (89) on target for Lausanne.
The visitors could not summon an equaliser and instead lost Jerome Sonnerat and Ibrahim Tall to red cards in the closing seconds.
Scottish Premier League
Teenager Jude Winchester completed a late turnaround with his first career goal as Kilmarnock secured seventh place in the Clydesdale Bank Premier League.
Relegated Dunfermline looked like doubling their tally of home wins after repelling some early second-half pressure after Paul Willis had given them a 20th-minute lead.
But Liam Kelly fired an equaliser with four minutes left and 19-year-old substitute Winchester capped his second appearance with a cool finish in the 89th minute.
Greg Tansey and Jonny Hayes scored from set-pieces in the second half as Inverness beat Scottish Cup finalists Hibernian 2-0.
Tansey broke the deadlock against the much-changed visitors when he curled home a 25-yard free-kick just after the hour.
Winger Hayes sealed the victory 10 minutes later with a penalty after Matt Doherty handled in the area.
Aberdeen drew 0-0 with St Mirren, with Darren Mackie missing a good chance to score on his final match for the Dons.
Mackie was captain for the day and missed the best chance of the game early in the first half.
Galatasaray were crowned Turkish champions on Saturday as they held fierce rivals Fenerbahce to a goalless draw in the final round of the Super Final Championship Group.
Gala got the draw they needed to pip Fener to the title by a point in a match in which both teams had a player sent off.
Issiar Dia saw red for Fener in the 65th minute, while Tomas Ujfalusi's dismissal nine minutes from time evened up the numbers.
Fener's second place earned them a place in the Champions League qualifying round, though.
In the Europa League Group, Bursaspor sealed top spot and qualification to Europe's second competition with a 4-0 win at Istanbul Buyuksehir BSK.
Pablo Batalla scored twice in the first half, while Sebastian Pinto and Turgay Bahadir were on target after the break, with Doka Madureira seeing red for the hosts.
Bursaspor's win meant Eskisehirspor's 3-1 success at Sivasspor was in vain.
Safet Nadarevic put Eskisehirspor in front midway through the first half and a Batuhan Karadeniz double early in the second ended Sivasspor's hopes, although they did get a consolation through Michael Eneramo.
Feirense were relegated from the Portuguese Liga with a 3-1 defeat at Gil Vicente on the final day of the season.
Hugo Vieira put the hosts in front in the 43rd minute and, although Diogo Rosado levelled a minute after the break, a late brace from Ze Luis earned victory for Gil.
Feirense finished second bottom to go down with Uniao Leiria, but even a win would not have saved them as Academica guaranteed survival with a 2-1 triumph at Guimaraes.
Diogo Valente gave Academica the lead on the stroke of half-time and Edinho grabbed the winner nine minutes from time following Bruno Telles' equaliser.
At the top of the table, champions Porto finished the season in style with a 5-2 win at Rio Ave.
Kleber scored a second-half hat-trick for Porto, whose other goals came from Djalma and James Rodriguez.
Joao Tomas with a penalty and Christian Atsu were on target for the hosts.
Second-placed Benfica won 3-1 at Vitoria Setubal, recovering from conceding a 12th-minute goal from Rafael Lopes to win thanks to a Bruno Cesar brace and an effort from Oscar Cardozo.
A Ricky van Wolfswinkel hat-trick earned Sporting Lisbon a 3-2 win at home to Braga, whose goals came from Helder Barbosa and a Rodrigo Lima penalty.
Mateus scored a 90th-minute penalty, his second goal of the game, to earn Nacional a 3-2 win at Uniao Leiria.
The basement boys had looked set for a point when goals from Jorge Djaniny and Jose Shaffer in the second half cancelled out efforts from Mateus and Claudemir with a penalty.
Olhanense were 2-1 winners at Beira Mar. Santana Jander and Eduardo Dady put them two up, with Nildo Petrolina pulling one back for Beira.
Maritimo and Pacos Ferreira drew 1-1, with Ruben Ferreira on target for Maritimo and Victor Silva scoring for Pacos.