EUROPE are running away with the Ryder Cup after winning the day two foursomes 3-1 for an 8-4 advantage.
Victory in this afternoon's foursomes will mean it's a rout and make Sunday's singles almost an exhibition.
My morning double won at 7-2 thanks to Rory McIlroy and Sergio Garcia plus Francesco Molinari and Tommy Fleetwood.
Looking at the afternoon matches and it's difficult to see where USA will get a point as some of their stars simply haven't turned up. Phil Mickelson was so bad yesterday he's been left out altogether.
Time's running out so here's another double with Thomas Bjorn wisely going with the four pairings who whitewashed the USA yesterday to spark an amazing comeback.
Justin Rose and Henrik Stenson are brilliant together and should take care of out-of-sorts world No.1 Dustin Johnson who has been paired with Brooks Koepka and the latter may have his work cut out.
Molinari and Fleetwood have been sensational with three wins out of three and can make it four against Tiger Woods and Bryson DeChambeau.
The European pair have already taken Tiger's scalp twice and DeChambeau was in that disastrous pairing with Mickelson. Can't see how this pairing can work.
I expect Garcia and Alex Noren to win again and they're up against Bubba Watson and Webb Simpson who struggled together yesterday.
And Ian Poulter and McIlroy could reproduce their magic to see off America's strongest pairing of Jordan Spieth and Justin Thomas who won their side's only point this morning. Anyone for another whitewash?
Day 2 Foursomes Double
- Rose/Stenson to bt Johnson/Koepka (12.50pm)
- Molinari/Fleetwood to bt Woods/DeChambeau (1.20pm)
- (5-2, McBookie) WINS
- USA to be leading after day 1 (lost)
- Fleetwood top Euro rookie
- Thomas top USA rookie
- Rose top European
- Koepka top points scorer