Vitesse Arnhem twice came from behind to draw at FC Utrecht in the Eredivisie tonight.
Edouard Duplan put the hosts in front in the 28th minute only for Giorgi Chanturia to level two minutes before the interval.
Frank Demouge restored Utrecht's lead early in the second half, but Nicky Hofs struck eight minutes from time to earn Vitesse a point.
Vitesse are guaranteed to finish seventh, good enough for the Europa League play-offs, while the result left Utrecht 11th.
Vitesse started brightly and forced home goalkeeper Rob van Dijk into two early saves, but Utrecht grew into the game.
Duplan brought a save out of Piet Velthuizen and Jonathan Reis also went close.
The home side went in front just before the half-hour mark, Demouge setting up Duplan, who fired past Velthuizen from the edge of the area.
The pair combined again in the 41st minute, Duplan this time crossing for Demouge, who brought the ball under control but drilled his shot wide.
Instead Vitesse levelled as Chanturia's shot caught Van Dijk unawares and went into the left corner of the net.
Utrecht started the second half strongly with Demouge forcing Velthuizen to save with a foot and then seeing a shot deflected over the bar.
And Demouge finally got the goal his performance deserved in the 59th minute as the hosts deservedly restored their lead.
At the other end Van Dijk saved well from Patrick van Aanholt.
But Hofs beat the Utrecht keeper to equalise in the 82nd minute, shooting home from 22 yards.
Demouge almost won it for Utrecht in injury time, but his attempted lob went just over.