Ryder Cup play to resume at 1.30pm as Europe stage comeback
The Ryder Cup will resume at 1.30pm with Europe leading in all six matches as they look to stage a comeback.
USA lead Europe 6-4 as the Ryder Cup enters the third and supposedly final day, but play will continue on Monday for the first time in the events 83-year history.
Corey Pavin’s side are currently 9/4 to win the Ryder Cup despite leading after two sessions.
As Europe are ahead in all six matches, they are 4/9 to win the Ryder Cup and 2/5 to be leading at the end of all the fourballs and foursomes.
Colin Montgomerie demanded more passion from his side after going 6-4 down and his motivational team talk seems to have worked wonders with the European players in top form.
Luke Donald and Lee Westwood are four-up on Tiger Woods and Steve Stricker after nine holes and are 1/33 to win that match with the USA pairing 16/1 to stage an unlikely comeback.
The Molinari brothers are one-up on Stewart Cink and Matt Kuchar after five and are a decent price at 8/11 to go on and win the match.
Padraig Harrington and Ross Fisher are also one-up over Jim Furyk and Dustin Johnson and are 8/13 to win their fourballs match-up.
If Europe are to win all six matches then they would head into the singles, leading 10-6 and would need just 4.5 points from the 12 available to win the Ryder Cup.
It’s 5/4 for the outright winning margin to be one or two points. See the full 2010 Ryder Cup in-running betting odds market here.