After many rain delays, for the first time in Ryder Cup history the 12 singles matches will be played on a Monday.
Europe lead 9.5-6.5 going into the final 12 singles matches.
First out is Lee Westwood v Steve Stricker. Westwood is on 2.5 points out of 3 so far, including a 6&5 victory over Stricker and Woods in the Foursomes alongside Luke Donald. Westwood is 4/5 with Bovada to beat Stricker.
Second match out is Rory McIllroy v Stewart Cink. Cink was a wild card but he is undefeated in 3 matches so far, including a win and a half over McIllroy in Fourballs and Foursomes. Cink has been on fire with the putter this weekend, so take him @ 11/8 to beat McIllroy. You can back this at Bovada.
Next up is Luke Donald v Jim Furyk. Donald has played superbly this weekend with two wins out of three so far. Our tip for top wildcard was a 6&5 winner over the top USA pairing of Woods and Stricker when he partnered Lee Westwood in the Foursomes. Donald is Evens to beat Furyk, and a win for Donald here can help him finish as the top wildcard. These odds are available at Bovada as well.
Our final better is Jeff Overton to beat Ross Fisher. Both players have played brilliantly, with Fisher winning both his matches when he partnered Harrington, while the previously unfancied Overton had a good partnership with Bubba Watson to hand Donald and Harrington their only defeat of the weekend. Overton has been the best putter so far this weekend and he is a very tempting 7/4 to beat Fisher. This one’s also available at Bovada.