With the match standing all square at 8-8 going into the final singles, Colin Montgomerie and Seve Ballesteros have produced some interesting parings for the final day’s singles. The match everyone will have their eyes on will be a re-run of the final day’s playoff in the Open Championship last year as Paul Lawrie takes on Jean van de Velde in match nine.
The two captains are paired together, part of the format for the Seve Ballesteros Trophy and with Monty’s poor record in the event so far, this is one match that nobody could predict, especially when Seve is the opponent.
World Matchplay Champion Darren Clarke will face Sergio Garcia in match two and Clarke, trying to recover from a sound thrashing in the morning from Cejka and Van de Velde, he will be looking to reverse the points loss over El Nino.
Lee Westwood battles it out with Thomas Bjorn and two old Ryder Cup allies in Bernhard Langer and Ian Woosnam will fight to the death in one of the most unpredictable matches of the day.
1.15: Colin Montgomerie vs Seve Ballesteros
1.25: Darren Clarke vs Sergio Garcia
1.35: John Bickerton vs Jarmo Sandelin
1.45: Lee Westwood vs Thomas Bjorn
1.55: Phillip Price vs Alex Cejka
2.05: Ian Woosnam vs Bernhard Langer
2.15: David Howell vs Robert Karlsson
2.25: Gary Orr vs Jose Maria Olazabal
2.35: Paul Lawrie vs Jean van de Velde
2.45: Padraig Harrington vs Miguel Angel Jimenez