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Live Reporting

By Steve Sutcliffe

All times stated are UK

  1. Goodbye

    Well that's me done after another utterly compelling day of golf.

    I'm going to try and follow Lizette Salas' advice by heading home to have some good food, rest and hopefully a decent sleep to get ready for Sunday's Singles.

    We will see you back here on Sunday morning around 10:30 BST.

    In the meantime you can catch the highlights of today's action over on BBC Four right now.

    And Peter Scrivener, one of our crew at Gleaneagles has put together a report on play today here.

  2. Post update

    Europe 8-8 United States

    Europe's Georgia Hall speaking to Sky Sports: "We didn’t have the best of starts but the weather was horrendous especially this afternoon but we ground it out.

    "We got it back to two after some really good putts. Celine [Boutier] holed a monster birdie and we just stayed patient. It’s been tough all the matches have been very close."

  3. 'Lizette made a lot of bombs'

    Europe 8-8 United States

    US player Danielle Kang has just touched upon her partnership with Lizette Salas in the final match, she says, "Lizette made a lot of bombs out there today and I loved playing with her."

  4. 'Oh my goodness!' Salas sinks huge putt as USA tied with Europe

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    Video caption: Solheim Cup: Lizette Salas sinks monster putt as USA take lead on day two

    Watch Lizette Salas sink a monster putt to make birdie on the sixth as USA end day two of the Solheim Cup tied with Europe 8-8.

  5. Post update

    Europe 8-8 United States

    US golfer Lizette Salas speaking to Sky Sports: "We feel a little warmer now we got that red point on the board and with not having to go down the 18th. We stuck it out and had super confidence in each other.

    "Dry clothes, good food and rest [are needed now]. We have a lot of positive momentum going, we know what we can do now in these conditions and we just have to do it."

    Lizette Salas and Danielle Kang
  6. Final score

    Europe 8-8 United States

    Europe and the United States are tied at 8-8 after Saturday's fourballs. The US won two of the fourball matches, Europe won one and one was tied
  7. Post update

    So it looks as though we're heading into the singles with the scores level.

    The last time that happened was back in 2011, with Europe going on to win 15-13 at Killeen Castle in Ireland.

    They were of course given a helping hand on that occasion by Cristie Kerr's injury withdrawal and concession to Karen Stupples.

  8. BreakingEurope 8-8 United States

    Ciganda & Munoz lose 2&1 to Salas & Kang

    Danielle Kang birdies the 17th hole and with that draw the US team level going into the singles.

    The US team support Danielle Kang as putts out on 17 to win a point
  9. BreakingEurope 8-7 United States

    Hall & Boutier 2UP beat v McDonald & Yin

    And that is that. No messing round from Ally McDonald and Angel Yin who recognise the hopelessness of their situation.

    Georgia Hall and Celine Boutier hug on the 18th green
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    Hall & Boutier 1UP v McDonald & Yin (17)


    Georgia Hall and Celine Boutier deliver rasping drives on to the 18th. They are both in prime position while Ally McDonald and Angel Yin are off the back.

  11. Post update

    Ciganda & Munoz v Salas & Kang 1UP (16)

    Spain's Azahara Munoz looks like she's played a belter off the tee on 17 until the wind comes into play.

    She's well short and Danielle Kang takes full advantage smashing her ball down the same line another 15 yards or so on to the green.

    Lizette Salas is also on the dance floor this looks ominous for the European pair.

  12. Latest scores

    Europe 7-7 United States

    Latest scores in Saturday's fourballs - last updated 18:44 BST. Europe and the United States are level at 7-7 with two of the afternoon’s fourballs still out on the course. Europe are one up in one and one down in the other
  13. BreakingEurope 7 - 7 United States

    Masson & Ewart Shadoff A/S Thompson & Alex (17)

    Caroline Masson

    Caroline Masson's putt lips out. Cue groans all around the 18th.

    Hopefully the final group can use those cries to guide them home.

    It's that dark a trail of fluorescent pebbles would come in handy.

  14. Post update

    Masson & Ewart Shadoff A/S Thompson & Alex (17)


  15. Post update

    Masson & Ewart Shadoff A/S Thompson & Alex (17)

    Wow that's a dreadful misread by Marina Alex.

    Caroline Masson has a putt to win the match.

  16. Post update

    Masson & Ewart Shadoff A/S Thompson & Alex (17)

    Lexi Thompson and Marina Alex are both on the putting surface with putts for birdie.

    Alex is up first but she's just nudged that left. That was tantalisingly close.

    Thompson the US hero on the 18th on Friday is next up. And she has the advantage of being able to use her playing partners marker as a guide....

  17. Post update

    A little birdie tells me that if all the fourballs matches go to the 18th hole, it will be the first time that has happened since day two in 1992.

    'End of the Road' by Boyz to Men was number one in the charts back then!

  18. Latest scores

    Europe 6½-6½ United States

    Latest scores
  19. Post update

    Masson & Ewart Shadoff A/S Thompson & Alex (17)

    Whooooaaaa. You can almost here Caroline Masson talking to her ball, begging it to slow-up as she fires straight at the pin with her approach into 18.

    Is that going to stop in time....yep. A huge cheer has just told her it is perfect.

  20. Post update

    Georgia Hall put on her waterproofs coming down 17.

    But she's looked pretty comfortable after the change in clobber. And she's probably a tad warmer as well.