Europe need just four points from the final day's 12 singles matches to complete their revenge mission in Rome and regain the Ryder Cup.
Two years after suffering a record 19-9 defeat at Whistling Straits, Luke Donald's side made history for the right reasons as Viktor Hovland and Ludvig Aberg thrashed Scottie Scheffler and Brooks Koepka 9&7, the largest margin in any 18-hole match in the event's history.
That sparked a 3-1 win in the morning foursomes and although the United States took the fourballs by the same scoreline thanks to some late heroics from Patrick Cantlay, Europe ended the day leading by 10.5 points to 5.5. The United States have never trailed entering the singles on European soil and come back to win. The largest comeback of four points in any singles was achieved by the US at Brookline in 1999 and Europe at Medinah in 2012.
Here are the Sunday singles matches and full schedule to the conclusion of the Ryder Cup. Get all the latest golf betting sites offers here
Tee times and schedule
Sunday 1 October: 12 singles matches before closing ceremony.
Sunday singles (12 players tee off every 12 minutes (approximately 17:00 finish).
1 10:35 Jon Rahm v Scottie Scheffler
2 10:47 Viktor Hovland v Collin Morikawa
3 10:59 Justin Rose v Patrick Cantlay
4 11:11 Rory McIlroy v Sam Burns
5 11:23 Matt Fitzpatrick v Max Homa
6 11:35 Tyrrell Hatton v Brian Harman
7 11:47 Ludvig Aberg v Brooks Koepka
8 11:59 Sepp Straka v Justin Thomas
9 12:11 Nicolai Hojgaard v Xander Schauffele
10 12:23 Shane Lowry v Jordan Spieth
11 12:35 Tommy Fleetwood v Rickie Fowler
12 12:47 Robert MacIntyre v Wyndham Clark
Saturday 30 September: Four foursome (alternate shot) matches in the morning and four fourball (better ball) matches in the afternoon.
6:35 Foursomes match 1: Tommy Fleetwood and Rory McIlroy 2UP Justin Thomas and Jordan Spieth
6:50 Foursomes match 2: Viktor Hovland and Ludvig Aberg 9&7 Scottie Scheffler and Brooks Koepka
7:05 Foursomes match 3: Max Homa and Brian Harman 4UP Shane Lowry and Sepp Straka vs
7:20 Foursomes match 4: Jon Rahm and Tyrrell Hatton 2UP Xander Schauffele and Patrick Cantlay
11.25am Fourball match 1 Sam Burns and Collin Morikawa 4&3 Viktor Hovland and Ludvig Aberg
11.40am Fourball match 2 Max Homa and Brian Harman 2&1 Tommy Fleetwood and Nicolai Hojgaard
11.55am Fourball match 3 Justin Rose and Robert MacIntyre 3&2 Justin Thomas and Jordan Spieth
12.10pm Fourball match 4 Patrick Cantlay and Wyndham Clark 1UP Matt Fitzpatrick and Rory McIlroy
Friday 29 September: Four foursome (alternate shot) matches in the morning and four fourball (better ball) matches in the afternoon.
6:35 Foursomes match 1: Jon Rahm and Tyrrell Hatton 4&3 Scottie Scheffler and Sam Burns
6:50 Foursomes match 2: Viktor Hovland Ludvig Aberg 4&3 Max Homa and Brian Harman
7:05 Foursomes match 3: Shane Lowry and Sepp Straka 2&1 Rickie Fowler and Collin Morikawa
7:20 Foursomes match 4: Rory McIlroy and Tommy Fleetwood 2&1 Xander Schauffele and Patrick Cantlay
11:25 Fourball match 1: Viktor Hovland and Tyrrell Hatton A/S Justin Thomas and Jordan Spieth
11:40 Fourball match 2: Jon Rahm and Nicolai Hojgaard A/S Scottie Scheffler and Brooks Koepka
11:55 Fourball match 3: Robert MacIntyre and Justin Rose A/S Max Homa and Wyndham Clark
12:10 Fourball match 4: Rory McIlroy and Matt Fitzpatrick 5&3 Collin Morikawa and Xander Schauffele
How can I watch it?
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Who are the captains?
The 2023 Ryder Cup will feature two new captains. The United States will be led by Zach Johnson, two-time major winner and five-time player at the event, while Luke Donald will guide Europe - the Englishman replaced Henrik Stenson in the role after the Swedish player was stripped of the captaincy after electing to join LIV Golf.
Who are the vice-captains?
Europe: Thomas Bjorn, Edoardo Molinari, Nicolas Colsaerts
USA: Steve Stricker, Davis Love III
What are the Ryder Cup teams?
Rory McIlroy (Northern Ireland)
Jon Rahm (Spain)
Viktor Hovland (Norway)
Tyrrell Hatton (England)
Robert MacIntyre (Scotland)
Matt Fitzpatrick (England)
Tommy Fleetwood (England) - Captain's Pick
Sepp Straka (Austria) - Captain’s Pick
Justin Rose (England) - Captain's Pick
Shane Lowry (Ireland) - Captain's Pick
Nicolai Højgaard (Denmark) - Captain's Pick
Ludvig Åberg (Sweden) - Captain's Pick
Sam Burns - Captain's Pick
Rickie Fowler - Captain's Pick
Brooks Koepka - Captain's Pick
Collin Morikawa - Captain's Pick
Jordan Spieth - Captain's Pick
Justin Thomas - Captain's Pick
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