Team USA have a strong 5-3 lead over Team Europe going into Day 2, thanks to their dominance in the fourballs session and some smart play from their debutants on the opening day of the 39th Ryder Cup at the Medinah Country Club.
Where to Watch Live:
The first match gets underway at 1.20 pm BST and live coverage is available on Sky Sports 1 and Sky Sports HD 1.
Day 2 Preview:
After his poor display on Day 1's foursomes loss, Tiger Woods will be on the bench for the first time in his Ryder Cup career, since making his debut at Valderrama in 1997. For a full round-up on Day 1's action, click here.
The four matches on Day 2 are (all times BST, Team USA first):
1.20 pm: Webb Simpson and Bubba Watson v Justin Rose and Ian Poulter
All four players are heading into this tie on the back of some superb performances on the opening day. Watson and Simpson hammered Paul Lawrie and Peter Hanson 5 & 4 in the afternoon session - to post the biggest win by an American pair in the Cup in 17 years. Meanwhile, Poulter and Rose put on a sublime show in their 2 & 1 win over Tiger Woods and Steve Stricker earlier in the day.
1.35 pm: Keegan Bradley and Phil Mickelson v Lee Westwood and Luke Donald
Westwood has emerged a surprise pick for Day 2's foursomes. The 39 year old Englishman was in poor touch on the opening day and managed to be on the winning side only because of some incredible play from team-mate Nicolas Colsaerts. On the other hand, Bradley - who won both his matches on Day 1 - looks to have formed a good partnership with Mickelson.
1.50 pm: Jason Dufner and Zach Johnson v Nicolas Colsaerts and Sergio Garcia
The pair of Dufner and Johnson tasted victory on the opening day and will be confident going into this clash. But all eyes will be on Colsaerts. The Belgian came up with the game of his life in the fourballs session, after producing eight birdies and an eagle to singlehandedly defeat Woods and Stricker. His new team-mate Garcia is fresh, coming into this game, making Team Europe the favourites for this tie.
2.05 pm: Jim Furyk and Brandt Snedeker v Rory McIlroy and Graeme McDowell
This is effectively a rematch of this year's Cup opener, where McDowell and McIlroy withstood a late fight back from Furyk and Snedeker to earn Europe's first point of the competition. McDowell was not particularly strong on Day 1 but the northern Irishman usually comes up with his best, when playing with compatriot and world number one McIlroy.
At 6.05 pm, the tournament will switch to fourballs format.