In Brief

2018 Ryder Cup day three: Sunday singles matches, tee times, TV, odds

Which captain will be smiling on the final day at Le Golf National?

Team Europe need four and a half points from Sunday’s 12 singles matches to win back the Ryder Cup from Team USA.

After another enthralling day’s play at Le Golf National on Saturday, Thomas Bjorn’s European side extended their lead to 10-6 with the pairing of Tommy Fleetwood and Francesco Molinari starring again with two more points.

On Sunday Europe need to reach 14½ points in order to win the Ryder Cup, but should the 2018 edition end in a 14-14 draw the Americans would retain the trophy as they are the holders.

Up first for Europe in the singles on Sunday is Rory McIlroy. The Northern Irishman’s match against Justin Thomas tees off at 11.05am (UK time).

Ian Poulter’s match against world No.1 Dustin Johnson promises to be a classic, as does the encounter between Tyrrell Hatton and Patrick Reed.

The day’s final clash is between Ryder Cup rookies Alex Noren and Bryson DeChambeau at 1.17pm.

Sunday singles matches and tee times

There are 12 points up for grabs on the third and final day of the 2018 Ryder Cup. Leading 10-6 after two days, Europe need to reach 14½ points to win the Ryder Cup. Holders Team USA can retain the trophy with a 14-14 draw.

Sunday singles matches tee times
  • 11.05am: Rory McIlroy (Europe) vs. Justin Thomas (USA)  
  • 11.17am: Paul Casey (Europe) vs. Brooks Koepka (USA)  
  • 11.29am: Justin Rose (Europe) vs. Webb Simpson (USA)  
  • 11.41am: Jon Rahm (Europe) vs. Tiger Woods (USA)  
  • 11.53am: Tommy Fleetwood (Europe) vs. Tony Finau (USA)  
  • 12.05pm: Ian Poulter (Europe) vs. Dustin Johnson (USA) 
  • 12.17pm: Thorbjorn Olesen (Europe) vs. Jordan Spieth (USA)  
  • 12.29pm: Sergio Garcia (Europe) vs. Rickie Fowler (USA)  
  • 12.41pm: Francesco Molinari (Europe) vs. Phil Mickelson (USA)  
  • 12.53pm: Tyrrell Hatton (Europe) vs. Patrick Reed (USA) 
  • 1.05pm: Henrik Stenson (Europe) vs. Bubba Watson (USA)  
  • 1.17pm: Alex Noren (Europe) vs. Bryson DeChambeau (USA)

How to watch the Ryder Cup on TV

Sky Sports will broadcast live from Le Golf National in Paris. All times UK.

Sunday 30 September 

  • 9.30am-5pm: day three live at the Ryder Cup (Sky Sports Ryder Cup and Sky Sports Main Event)    
  • 5pm-5.30pm: Ryder Cup Closing Ceremony (Sky Sports Ryder Cup and Sky Sports Main Event)   
  • 5.30pm-6.30pm: Ryder Cup Verdict (Sky Sports Ryder Cup and Sky Sports Main Event)

Ryder Cup betting odds

Latest prices according to Oddschecker (as of 30 September).

To win the Ryder Cup
  • Team Europe to win: 1/6 
  • Team USA to win: 10/1 
  • Draw (USA will retain the cup): 14/1
Correct score
  • Europe to win 16-12: 13/2 
  • Europe to win 16.5-11.5: 13/2 
  • Europe to win 17-11: 13/2 
  • Europe to win 15-13: 7/1 
  • Europe to win 15.5-12.5: 7/1 
  • Europe to win 17-11: 7/1 
  • Europe to win 14.5-13.5: 13/2 
  • Europe to win 17.5-10.5: 9/1 
  • USA to win 14.5-13.5: 20/1 
  • USA to win 15-13: 25/1 
  • USA to win 15.5-12.5: 40/1 
  • USA to win 16-12: 100/1

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