The two teams split the morning foursomes, 2-2. The Europeans lead 6 - 5 in the 34th Ryder Cup Matches at The Belfry.
For the first time in the event, Jesper Parnevik will see action. He will be paired with fellow Swede Niclas Fasth. They will face Mark Calcavecchia and David Duval.
All four sat out the morning foursomes. Fasth and Padraig Harrington lost to Phil Mickelson and David Toms in Fridays four-ball match, 1-up.
Calcavecchia played in the foursomes Friday with Tiger Woods and lost, 2-and-1, to Sergio Garcia and Lee Westwood. Calcavecchia has a career 0-4-0 Ryder Cup record in the better-ball format.
Duval and Love lost to Garcia and Westwood, 4-and-3, in Friday four-balls.
For the fourth time this week, Phil Mickelson and David Toms will team. They will play Colin Montgomerie and Padraig Harrington. Montgomerie played alongside Bernhard Langer each of the first three matches, going 2-0-1. They beat Scott Hoch and Jim Furyk, 1-up, in the morning.
Harrington lost both of his matches Friday, and sat Saturday morning.
Mickelson and Toms are 2-0-1 as a team, including a win over Pierre Fulke and Phillip Price in the morning session.
The morning duo of Tiger Woods and Davis Love will stick together in the afternoon. Woods earned his first victory this week with Love in the foursomes. They defeated Darren Clarke and Thomas Bjorn, 4-and-3.
This time, they will face Garcia and Westwood, who are 3-0-0 as a pairing this week.
In the final match, Hoch and Furyk will play for the second time Saturday. They are up against Clarke and Paul McGinley.
Clarke played the first three matches with Bjorn, going 1-2-0. McGinley lost his Friday foursomes match with countryman Harrington, 3-and-2, to Stewart Cink and Furyk.
Cink, Scott Verplank, Hal Sutton and Paul Azinger will sit in the afternoon for the Americans. Sutton and Azinger both sat in the morning as well.
Bjorn, Langer, Fulke and Price will be spectators for the Europeans. All four played this morning.
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