PAUL McGINLEY has kept faith with Justin Rose and Henrik Stenson for day two of the Ryder Cup after the pair impressively earned two points as Europe battled to a 5-3 lead over the USA.
And I'd be crazy to give them a miss after picking them not once but twice for Super Singles on Friday.
Rose and Stenson get us started against Bubba Watson and Matt Kuchar and it's difficult to see past them at 10-11 with Stan James. Watson had a nightmare with Webb Simpson on Friday and while Matt Kuchar is a steady player this should be a win for Europe.
Rory McIlroy will play with Ian Poulter against Jimmy Walker and Rickie Fowler and that's tough to call. McIlroy looked like suffering two defeats on day one until he and Sergio Garcia birdied the final three holes to claim a half against the same duo of Fowler and Walker.
Jamie Donaldson and Lee Westwood are kept together for a tough clash against Jim Furyk and Hunter Mahan. The home pairing are 5-4 and I'd just about side with them as Mahan looks the weak link here.
And final Thomas Bjorn and Martin Kaymer meet Patrick Reed and Jordan Spieth, the rookie Americans who were sensational as they beat Poulter and Stephen Gallacher 5 and 4 on Friday morning. The biggest surprise was they were rested by Tom Watson in an afternoon the US picked up just half a point.
Mr Fixit's Day 2 tips
(10-11, Stan James) WIN