Poulter misses again to send the game on and USA are level.
Neither Fowler nor Walker can make the green on hole 17. Opportunity for Bjorn or Kaymer to take the initiative and seal the match.
And there it is. Bjorn comes up short but, after the crowd have to be told twice to put cameras away, Kaymer pings one nicely onto the green and he should have a chance to close out the match.
Great putt from Bradley but Garcia responds in kind and it remains locked. Will anybody find a way through in the last four holes?
Walker can't chip in, Fowler slides agonisingly wide and it's Kaymer's chance to win it.
But he misses and we are heading to the final hole. Europe will get at least a half point but will want the whole one having led this match all the way through.
Foursome pairings just being announced.
Jamie Donaldson & Lee Westwood v Jim Furyk & Matt Kuchar
Justin Rose & Henrik Stenson v Hunter Mahan & Zach Johnson
Rory McIlroy & Sergio Garcia v Jimmy Walker & Rickie Fowler
Victor Dubuisson & Graeme McDowell v Phil Mickelson & Keegan Bradley
So what do we make of that? All of Europe's men are getting some action today. Hit 'comment' at the top of this page and let us know which match-up you are most looking forward to
Perhaps a surprise that the rookies Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed don't get another go this afternoon. They looked solid this morning.
Wonderful shot by Sergio Garcia just after Phil Mickelson struggles with his approach effort. Bradley in the rough.
Yeah quite possibly. Would've been nice to see how they played if they were challenged by a stronger pairing though.
Nearly a brilliant birdie putt from the edge of the green by Mickelson but it rolls around the lip and stays out.
Just when you need it, Keegan Bradley digs out a delightful approach shot. Pressure on Europe to respond and maintain their lead.
Thanks Lindsay, very kind. Hope you'll be sticking around for the afternoon!
Cheers for your company and comments this morning Daniel
Anyway, we will have a bit of a crossover now. The last of the fourballs is still in progress and anyone's guess who will win it. Meanwhile, Jim Furyk and Lee Westwood have just teed off in the foursomes. Of course, it is now alternate shots rather than everybody having their own ball.
Interesting thoughts, Al. They haven't been at their brilliant best and it's been a scrappy game but they could still seal a point against a very strong pairing. Still with their best to come, I would fancy them this afternoon.
Not a bad first ever Ryder Cup shot for Jamie Donaldson, setting Westwood up nicely with a good approach shot. Meanwhile in the fourballs, Garcia just misses a chip in and it's all square heading into the 18th.
Foursomes pairing number two about to get underway. In-form Justin Rose and Henrik Stenson take on Hunter Mahan and Zach Johnson. Who's your money on?