After winning the first two days' fourballs and foursomes by identical margins of four-and-a-half to run up a six-point lead, Europe need only three and a half points to become the first winners of the EurAsia Cup, which two years ago was tied 10-10.
Tomorrow, the teams will clash in 12 singles matches. Jeev is hoping for a turnaround like 2014 when Asia won 7-3 in the singles and tied the match.
In the singles, the shortest player five-foot-seven SSP Chawrasia will play the tallest six-foot-six Chris Wood, for the third time in as many days, while Anirban Lahiri will meet Shane Lowry. Ian Poulter will once again go out first and he takes on local Danny Chia, who contended he is nowhere near his best game so far and Nicholas Fung will meet Lee Westwood.

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