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At a Glance: Match 14
U.S. analysis: Stricker carried the all-rookie team with four birdies on Friday. Curtis, on the other hand, did not make a birdie all day. His best opportunity came at the 15th hole with the Americans 3 down but Curtis couldn't convert the 4-footer. Many observers thought Azinger would break the duo up -- and perhaps keep Curtis on the sidelines today -- so this is a chance to reward his confidence.
Europe analysis: Garcia sat out Saturday's Foursomes -- marking the first time in five Ryder Cups and 22 matches that he was on the sidelines. He is unbeaten in alternate shot, so European Captain Nick Faldo's decision appeared highly questionable, but it turns out the Spaniard wasn't feeling well. Garcia is the heart-and-soul of this European squad, but he never seemed to get untracked on Friday. He only made one eagle and a birdie and the consummate teammate suffered a rare defeat. Casey has been idle for the last two sessions so he has to be ready to play.
Notes: Casey has shot in the 60s in six of his last 10 rounds on the PGA TOUR. ... The Englishman ranks 17th in driving distance and 41st in greens in regulation, which could be a potent combination. ... Garcia ranks second in scoring on TOUR.
Outlook: The two Europeans have something to prove. If they can get things rolling, they could be tough to stop. Curtis will have to contribute if the Americans are going to have a chance to pull the upset.
Prediction: Europe wins, 3 & 2