Australia heads into the final day of the World Cup of Golf in the mix but all eyes will be on runaway leaders Belgium.
Thomas Pieters and Thomas Detry had a four-hole stretch of five-under-par on Saturday, as they went into the clubhouse with a five-stroke lead.
Three teams sat tied for second after three days of play – Mexico, including Australian Open winner Abraham Ancer, as well as Italy and South Korea.
Aussie pair Marc Leishman and Cameron Smith shot a 65 on Saturday and were tied for fifth on -13, with Sweden and England, heading into Sunday.
The final round today will be played in the foursomes (alternate shot) format.
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