Seve Trophy 2013 Schedule: Live Stream Info and Predictions for Day 4

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Seve Trophy 2013 Schedule: Live Stream Info and Predictions for Day 4
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As things stand, whoever wins Day 4 of the Seve Trophy wins the tournament after Great Britain and Ireland roared back on Day 3 to level off the match 9-9.

Having looked so strong after their landmark triumphs on Day 2, the Continental Europe may be feeling the pressure heading into the final deciding day, with momentum on the side of their opponents.

Below is the schedule of the 10 decisive singles games to come along with predictions for who will come out on top.

Great Britain and Ireland Tee Time (BST) Europe Prediction
Jamie Donaldson 10:16 a.m. Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano GB and I
Paul Casey 10:28 a.m. Nicolas Colsaerts GB and I
Tommy Fleetwood 10:40 a.m. Joost Luiten GB and I
Chris Wood 10:52 a.m. Thomas Bjorn Europe
Scott Jamieson 11:04 a.m. Gregory Bourdy GB and I
Marc Warren 11:16 a.m. Thorbjorn Olesen GB and I
Stephen Gallacher 11:28 a.m. Matteo Manassero Europe
Paul Lawrie 11:40 a.m. Mikko Ilonen GB and I
David Lynn 11:52 a.m. Miguel Angel Jimenez Europe
Simon Khan 12:04 p.m. Francesco Molinari Europe

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Live Stream Information

On TV: Sky Sports 2 from 10:00 a.m. (BST).

Online: Sky Sports Online (requires subscription) from 10:00 a.m. (BST).

On the official site: Video and audio clips are available from the European Tour's official website.

 

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Jamie Donaldson vs. Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano: 10:16 a.m. (BST)

First up, both on the day and in this list of highlight clashes, Jamie Donaldson and Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano are two of the golfers to have made the biggest impact for their respective teams in this year's competition.

Donaldson was one of Great Britain and Ireland's best performers on Friday and had a decent Day 3, beating Thomas Bjorn and Miguel Angel Jimenez, and Bjorn and Mikko Ilonen alongside Marc Warren on each day, respectively.

Meanwhile, Fernandez-Castano was one half of the Continental European pair who achieved a record-breaking victory margin over Paul Lawrie and Stephen Gallacher on Day 2. Though he'll fight this battle alone, without his tally shattering partner Nicolas Colsaerts, he remains one of his team's most able individuals.

However, Great Britain and Ireland captain Sam Torrance has full confidence in Donaldson to draw first blood in the day's opening encounter, and after yesterday's outstanding climb back to parity, the flow may be with his man.

Verdict: Great Britain and Ireland win.

 

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David Lynn vs. Miguel Angel Jimenez: 11:52 a.m. (BST)

David Lynn was the man who put the decisive finish on Great Britain and Ireland's Day 3 comeback with a 10-foot putt to defeat Matteo Manassero and his partner, Jimenez.

The Spanish golfer hasn't had the best of tournaments in terms of results, having been defeated on Day 1, 2 and 3. Facing off against his last conqueror, Jimenez now has a chance for redemption in the second-to-last singles game of the day.

This will be one of the pivotal clashes to decide who takes home the Seve Trophy this year. Jimenez and Continental Europe's only triumph in the tournament came in its inaugural year in 2000, led by his legendary compatriot and golfing icon, whom the prize is named after, Seve Ballesteros.

The veteran Spaniard will likely be supremely motivated going into his penultimate clash with Lynn, with his experience in the competition setting him in good stead for a win.

Verdict: Continental Europe.

 

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Simon Khan vs. Francesco Molinari: 12:04 p.m. (BST)

The final, and perhaps deciding, singles game of this year's Seve Trophy pits Simon Khan against Francesco Molinari in what could be a winner-takes-all showdown.

The Italian is perhaps the favourite, although Khan has enjoyed a strong tournament. Having been rested on Day 3, Torrance may be hoping that giving his finisher a day off has allowed him to take the time to ensure that his mind and putting strokes are as sharp as possible.

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Molinari was the man who halved Tiger Woods in the last singles match of the 2012 Ryder Cup, which completed Europe's astonishing comeback on the final day. He could have a similarly influential role to play on the outcome on the final day of this competition.

Just as in the Ryder Cup, however, this could well be close.

Verdict: Continental Europe.

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