England's Tommy Fleetwood remains in the hunt for a maiden major title at Erin Hills after carding a third round of 68.
Fleetwood shares second place with Justin Thomas and Brooks Koepka; the trio sit just one shot off suprise leader Brian Harman.
Fleetwood had been tied for the lead after birdies on the first, eighth, 12th, 14th and 15th on Saturday, only to bogey the last after following up a poor pitch by putting his birdie attempt off the green.
But he returns to the course on Sunday targeting a 'life-chainging' title.
Fleetwood would become the second Englishman to win the US Open in four years after Justin Rose's triumph in 2013. The last English winners before Rose was Tony Jacklin in 1970.
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WHAT HE SAID
Fleetwood said: "I have pictured winning the US Open a lot of times before. Doing it all night is not going to help and not make any difference. It's just a question of concentrating on each day as it comes.
"Today I felt really good, played really well. If I wake up with the same feelings tomorrow I'm going to have a chance. Hopefully I do. I'll take it one step at a time.
"I don't think I could play any different or score any better than I have done. And you can't do anything about what anybody else is doing.
"If somebody shoots nine under tomorrow in the top few (as Thomas did on Saturday) then I'll have to shoot 10, I guess. But you can't do anything about that stuff. I've just got to keep going.
"This is my first time in contention in a major, so whatever happens I'll be doing my best and seeing how well I can finish. And that's all you can do. But it will be a pleasure to go out on a Sunday trying to win a major.
"It would be great to follow in Justin (Rose)'s footsteps. He's a good role model for English golf."