According to Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook, the U.S., who leads Europe, 9 1/2-to-6 1/2, is the big odds-on favorite heading into the final day of the Ryder Cup at -450 (2/9). The odds on Europe are +600 (6/1) and a tie has shifted to +1000 (10/1).
But the real action on Sunday comes down to singles, where there are some tantilizing match-ups with interesting lines, such as Rory McIlroy being favored over Patrick Reed, Henrik Stenson being favored over Jordan Spieth and Sergio Garcia being favored over Phil Mickelson.
Here are the full odds on all 12 Sunday singles matches at the Ryder Cup:
Match 17: Rory McIlroy (-145) vs. Patrick Reed (+125)
Match 18: Henrik Stenson (-135) vs. Jordan Spieth (+115)
Match 19: Thomas Pieters (-130) vs. J.B. Holmes (+110)
Match 21: Rafa Cabrera Bello (-115) vs. Jimmy Walker (-105)
Match 22: Sergio Garcia (-130) vs. Phil Mickelson (+110)
Match 24: Andy Sullivan (+140) vs. Brandt Snedeker (-160)
Match 25: Chris Wood (+175) vs. Dustin Johnson (-200)
Match 28: Matthew Fitzpatrick (+120) vs. Zach Johnson (-140)