Sept. 25-Oct. 1, 2023 Marco Simone Golf & Country Club, Rome, Italy
Sergio Garcia and Jon Rahm
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Sergio Garcia and Jon Rahm will once again lead out Europe as Pádraig Harrington's men look for a fast start to eat into a 6-2 deficit and reignite their Ryder Cup hopes.

The Spanish duo won Europe's only foursomes point on day one and will be looking for another when they go off at 7.05am against Brooks Koepka and Daniel Berger.

The 2018 pairing of Paul Casey and Tyrrell Hatton will be next out against Dustin Johnson and Collin Morikawa as US Captain Steve Stricker sticks with his foursomes pairs from Friday.

Jordan Spieth and Justin Thomas lost to Garcia and Rahm on day one and they will face the rookie pairing of Viktor Hovland and Bernd Wiesberger in Match 3.

Matt Fitzpatrick and Lee Westwood are also paired together again and they take on Patrick Cantlay and Xander Schauffele, with Westwood equalling Sir Nick Faldo's record of 46 matches played, a mark he is now guaranteed to pass this week.

Garcia will be looking to extend his Ryder Cup records as he aims to add to his high marks in total and foursomes points, and go clear of Faldo for most matches won.

Tyrrell Hatton and Paul Casey
Tyrrell Hatton and Paul Casey
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World Number One Rahm was involved in 1½ of Europe's points on Friday, already surpassing the mark from his debut in 2018.

Koepka and Berger defeated Fitzpatrick and Westwood on Saturday.

Casey and Hatton played together twice in four-balls in Paris, winning once and losing once, and Casey will face Johnson and Morikawa for the second day running, having lost to the duo alongside Hovland on day one.

Lee Westwood and Matt Fitzpatrick
Lee Westwood and Matt Fitzpatrick
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Wiesberger will be making his first appearance in the foursomes against Spieth and Thomas, who lost to Garcia and Rahm on Friday but won three points together in Paris.

Hovland will be looking to add to his points tally having claimed a half in the four-balls with Tommy Fleetwood, where he came up against Cantlay.

Cantlay and Schauffele defeated Rory McIlroy and Ian Poulter on Friday, with McIlroy sitting out a Ryder Cup session on Saturday morning for the first time since his debut in 2010.

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