Team Europe

Luke Donald will face Bubba Watson in the opening singles match on the final day of the 39th Ryder Cup at the Medinah Country Club, with Team Europe trailing Team America 6-10.

A magnificent display from veteran Ian Poulter saw Europe claim the last point of Day 2 and keep America's lead down to four, keeping the competition alive ahead of the Day 3 singles.

Europe require eight points from the 12 singles games to reach 14 points and retain the Cup. USA, on the other hand, need just four and-a-half points to become the new champions. Only once has a team overcome a 6-10 deficit to win the Ryder Cup on the final day and that was in 1999 when USA beat Europe 14½-13½ at Brookline.

Where to Watch Live

The first match gets underway at 5.03pm BST and live coverage is available on Sky Sports 1, Sky Sports HD 1 and Sky 3D.

Day 2 round-up

Trailing 3-5 from the opening day, only Poulter and Justin Rose picked up points for Europe in Day 2's morning foursomes with victory over Watson and Webb Simpson. The session saw USA's new hero Keegan Bradley partnering Phil Mickelson to clinch a 7 & 6 win over world number three Luke Donald and number four Lee Westwood.

Watson and Simpson came back strongly in the evening fourballs with a massive 5 & 4 win over Rose and Francesco Molinari. Meanwhile, Dustin Johnson and Matt Kuchar edged out Nicolas Colsaerts and Paul Lawrie, to give USA a lethal 10-4 lead. Sergio Garcia and Donald held off a thrilling comeback from Steve Stricker and Tiger Woods to make it 10-5 before Poulter took centre stage.

Ian Poulter

Partnering world number one Rory McIlroy, the 36-year-old Englishman came up with a string of spectacular putts to birdie the last five holes and steal a one-up triumph over Jason Dufner and Zach Johnson, to give Europe a decent shot at the title going into the final day.

Day 3 Preview:

Poulter will take on Simpson in the second draw of the day. The pair will be followed by the exciting battle between world number one McIlroy and USA rookie star Bradley. World number two Woods, who is 0-3 down in the Cup this year, will be the last man out for USA, when he faces Molinari.

The full draw for Day 3: (all times BST, Team USA first):

5.03pm: Bubba Watson v Luke Donald

5.14pm: Webb Simpson v Ian Poulter

5.25pm: Keegan Bradley v Rory McIlroy

5.36pm: Phil Mickelson v Justin Rose

5.47pm: Brandt Snedeker v Paul Lawrie

5.58pm: Dustin Johnson v Nicolas Colsaerts

6.09pm: Zach Johnson v Graeme McDowell

6.20pm: Jim Furyk v Sergio Garcia

6.31pm: Jason Dufner v Peter Hanson

6.42pm: Matt Kuchar v Lee Westwood

6.53pm: Steve Stricker v Martin Kaymer

7.04pm: Tiger Woods v Francesco Molinari