Europe have taken a 10-6 lead over the United States heading into the final day of the Ryder Cup after a commanding performance in Saturday's foursome session at Gleneagles.
Tom Watson's side cut the hosts' lead to just a single point after winning the morning fourballs 2½-1½ but a dominant display from Paul McGinley's men now leaves them within four points of retaining the trophy.
Lee Westwood and Jamie Donaldson got the ball rolling for Europe, coming from one down after four to seal victory over Zach Johnson and Matt Kuchar on the 17th hole.
Graeme McDowell and Victor Dubuisson secured a 5 & 4 victory over the formidable pairing of Jimmy Walker and Rickie Fowler before Sergio Garcia and world number one Rory McIlroy widened the gap after easing past Jim Furyk and Keegan Mahan without falling behind once.
US debutants Patrick Reed and Jordan Spieth continued their impressive form in this compeititon and led Justin Rose and Matt Kaymer for much of the final match.
Europe was given a reprieve when Reed missed the putt from three feet on the 16th that would have secured the United States a vital point heading into the final day.
But a bunker shot from Kaymer set up Rose to win the hole with a birdie to seal a 3½-½ from the evening session.
Sunday's singles session and tee times (BST):
11:36: Graeme McDowell v Jordan Spieth
11:48: Henrik Stenson v Patrick Reed
12:00: Rory McIlroy v Rickie Fowler
12:12: Justin Rose v Hunter Mahan
12:24: Stephen Gallacher v Phil Mickelson
12:36: Martin Kaymer v Bubba Watson
12:48: Thomas Bjorn v Matt Kuchar
13:00: Sergio Garcia v Jim Furyk
13:12: Ian Poulter v Webb Simpson
13:24: Jamie Donaldson v Keegan Bradley
13:36: Lee Westwood v Jimmy Walker
13:48: Victor Dubuisson v Zach Johnson