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At a Glance: Match 13
U.S. analysis: The Americans have already gotten under Westwood's skin with the way they celebrated -- and riled up the crowd -- during Friday's Four-Ball match. Holmes and Weekley fed off each other that day but they didn't always make the best decisions on the golf course. Remember how both hit their drives in the water on the 18th hole -- a gaffe that allowed the Europeans to square the match and earn a half point? Surely, U.S. Captain Paul Azinger had a chat with them.
Europe analysis: Westwood didn't want to sit out Saturday morning's Foursomes so he'll be itching to play. Not to mention, he said that Weekley's rambunctious antics "certainly gave me more of a burning desire to win some more holes." Hansen proved a solid partner in his rookie debut, and the two are highly motivated. Westwood hasn't been beaten in his last 12 matches and he certainly doesn't want Weekley to jave a part in ending that streak.
Notes: The two teams were evenly matched in Friday's Four-ball encounter. ... The U.S. won the first hole, but the Europeans captured three of the next four to go 2 up. ... Wins at No. 10 and 12 gave Team USA the lead again but the ill-timed trips into the pond at the 18th hole produced the half.
Outlook: The Europeans had to draw strength from the team's overall performance in the morning Foursomes when they persevered despite some pairings that many thought were suspect. Look for Westwood to shine and silence the crowd.
Prediction: Europe wins, 2 & 1