You Oughta Know: Lexi vs. Lydia

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Lexi Thompson made eagle on her final hole Saturday to take the lead in the ANA Inspiration. But that might not be good news for her: Five of the last seven winners of the LPGA's first major of the year trailed entering the final round. Here's what else You Oughta Know going into the final round in Rancho Mirage, Calif.

• 54-hole leader Sei Young Kim shot 75 in final round last year and finished T-4

• Eventual winner Brittany Lincicome was T-3, four shots back entering Sunday last year

• This year 15 players are at or within four shots of the lead entering the final round

• This is Thompson's second 54-hole lead or co-lead in a major (2014 ANA, Won)

• Thompson played the last four holes on Saturday in 4 under par

• Thompson is seeking her second major championship win at age 21. The youngest two-time LPGA major winner is Se Ri Pak (age 20)

Lydia Ko has made just bogey over last 36 holes this week

• This (T-2, 1 back) is Ko's best career 54-hole position in a major

• Ko is seeking her second consecutive major win (2015 Evian Championship)

Compiled from material provided by Golf Channel's Research Dept.

• Ko, 18, is trying to become the youngest two-time major winner in LPGA history (the youngest two-time LPGA major winner is Se Ri Pak (age 20)

• Ko would be the youngest two-time major winner (man or woman) since Young Tom Morris (1869)

• Ko has finished first or second in eight of her previous 13 worldwide starts

• Ko's best finish in this event is T-25 (as amateur in 2013)

• Ariya Jutanugarn's best major finish is T-20 at ANA Inspiration last year

• Jutanugarn has only one top-25 LPGA finish this season (T-4, HSBC Women’s Champions)

• Jutanugarn has never won an LPGA event (has one Ladies European Tour win)

• In Gee Chun is the reigning U.S. Open champion; the last reigning U.S. Open champ to win the ANA was Betsy King, 1990

Michelle Wie (bogey-free 70) was 8-for-8 scrambling

• Wie has 0 LPGA top-10s since November 2014

• Wie's best finish this season entering the week: T-25, Coates Golf Championship

• Charley Hull birdied the last four holes of the round to shoot 69