- Ryder Cup
In-form Englishmen to lead charge
Luke Donald will lead Europe's charge on the final day of the Ryder Cup after the singles match-ups were revealed on Saturday evening.
Donald will face Bubba Watson in the opening singles clash, while the in-form Ian Poulter will take on America's Webb Simpson. World No. 1 Rory McIlroy has missed out on a glamour match-up against Tiger Woods, as he prepares to tackle Keegan Bradley.
Woods, meanwhile, could be involved in the decisive match of the day as he joins Europe's Francesco Molinari as last player's on course for Sunday's play.
Europe have a four-point deficit to make up on the last day, and captain Jose Maria Olazabal says he had no option but to play in-form players first.
"Obviously we could not hide anything," Olazabal said. "We are trailing by four points and we have to put the players that are playing well up there.
"We knew they (the Americans) would know that but if we want to win this match at the end of the day we have to take the big guys down.
"I believe that it's not over. That's what I learned from Seve and what I tried to pass to the players. It's not over until it's over."
Ryder Cup singles
Bubba Watson v Luke Donald
Webb Simpson v Ian Poulter
Keegan Bradley v Rory McIlroy
Phil Mickelson v Justin Rose
Brandt Snedeker v Paul Lawrie
Dustin Johnson v Nicolas Colsaerts
Zach Johnson v Graeme McDowell
Jim Furyk v Sergio Garcia
Jason Dufner v Peter Hanson
Matt Kuchar v Lee Westwood
Steve Stricker v Martin Kaymer
Tiger Woods v Francesco Molinari