Ryder Cup 2021: Schedule, tee times and matches as captains confirm lineups for Sunday singles

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Ryder Cup 2021: Schedule, tee times and matches as captains confirm lineups for Sunday singles
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Rory McIlroy will lead Europe out on the final day of the 43rd Ryder Cup with Padraig Harrington’s side needing the miracle of all miracles at Whistling Straits.

The Americans lead 11-5 going into the Sunday singles, the biggest advantage entering the final day since 1979 and no team has overhauled such a deficit.

Another torrid morning session from Europe on Saturday saw them needing something special in the afternoon fourballs. Things looked good around the turn but the afternoon session was split 2-2 after Tommy Fleetwood and Viktor Hovland failed to make good on their lead while McIlroy and Ian Poulter suffered another humbling defeat.

Harrington rested McIlroy for the morning session yesterday, the first time he has sat out a round in his Ryder Cup career, but it made no difference. The Northern Irishman is yet to earn Europe a point and has not once reached the 16th tee.

McIlroy was involved when Europe overhauled a four point deficit at Medinah in 2012 and will need to draw on that and plenty more on Sunday here. The Americans need just 3.5 points to win the trophy.

Ryder Cup 2021 pairings, tee times and matches

Friday foursomes (from 1:05pm)

  • 1:05pm - Garcia/Rahm beat Thomas/Spieth 3&1

  • 1:21pm - Johnson/Morikawa beat Casey/Hovland 3&2

  • 1:37pm - Koepka/Berger beat Westwood/Fitzpatrick 2&1

  • 1:53pm - Cantlay/Schauffele beat McIlroy/Poulter 5&3

Friday fourballs (from 6:10pm)

  • 6.10pm -Johnson/Schauffele beat Casey/Wiesberger 2&1

  • 6.26pm - DeChambeau/Scheffler A/S Rahm/Hatton

  • 6.42pm - Finau/English beat McIlroy/Lowry 4&3

  • 6.58pm - Thomas/Cantlay A/S Fleetwood/Hovland

Saturday foursomes (from 1:05pm)

  • 1:05pm - Garcia/Rahm beat Koepka/Berger 3&1

  • 1:21pm - Johnson/Morikawa beat Casey/Hatton 2&1

  • 1:37pm - Thomas/Spieth beat Hovland/Wiesberger 2UP

  • 1:53pm - Schauffele/Cantlay beat Westwood/Fitzpatrick 2&1

Saturday fourballs (from 6:26pm)

  • 6.26pm - Lowry/Hatton beat Finau/English 1UP

  • 6.42pm - Rahm/Garcia beat Koepka/Spieth 2&1

  • 6.58pm - Scheffler/DeChambeau beat Fleetwood/Hovland 3&1

  • 7.14pm - Johnson/Morikawa beat Poulter/McIlroy 4&3

Sunday singles (from 5:04pm)

5.04pm - Rory McIlroy v Xander Schauffele

5.15pm - Shane Lowry v Patrick Cantlay

5.26pm - Jon Rahm v Scottie Scheffler

5.37pm - Sergio Garcia v Bryson DeChambeau

5.48pm - Viktor Hovland v Collin Morikawa

5.59pm - Paul Casey v Dustin Johnson

6.10pm - Bernd Wiesberger v Brooks Koepka

6.21pm - Ian Poulter v Tony Finau

6.32pm - Tyrrell Hatton v Justin Thomas

6.43pm - Lee Westwood v Harris English

6.54pm - Tommy Fleetwood v Jordan Spieth

7.05pm - Matt Fitzpatrick v Daniel Berger

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