Estonia had been the first team certain of qualification to the Finals. Their 3-0 home win vs. Latvia changed nothing in the ranking. According to Wikipedia, Romania, Slovakia, Portugal, Ukraine, and Greece also secured berths to the Finals. I am quoting Wikipedia because CEV have given no confirmation yet on Portugal's ticket. However, if one does the Math, Portugal are definitely among the best 5 runner-ups in the worst case, as the eventual runner-ups in Pools F and G will be weaker. So Wikipedia is obviously right. What they listed wrongly, though, is that Portugal would surely advance as group winners, which is not 100% certain before the last matches.
Finland did their job in their 4th and last match and will have to keep fingers crossed for fortunate outcomes. Montenegro and Moldova will battle for the runner-up spot directly tomorrow (Moldova beat Montenegro at home in the first week). 3-0 will be enough for Norway to make the sensation and finish second above favourites Belarus but would it be possible? Macedonia should once and for all do it right in the qualifiers and take that second spot. Sweden take on one of the pleasant surprises Azerbaijan at home. A win for the visitors might send them to the Finals, whereas a home win might be enough for the second place but not enough for one of the top 5 runner-up spots.
By the way, there were some players missing in this penultimate round. I guess they were rested before the matches tomorrow as they all had played in the previous rounds.