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Live Reporting

Alex Bysouth and Michael Emons

All times stated are UK

  1. Set up perfectly for a final-day thriller

    That's all for day three and it is all set up perfectly for a thrilling final day of the 2020 US Open.

    Can Matthew Wolff win a US Open at the first time of asking? Will this be Bryson DeChambeau's first Major title? Will Rory McIlroy win this tournament for the first time since 2011?

    Join us from 18:00 BST on Sunday to find out the answers.

    Don't forget, there will be highlights from day three on the BBC Sport website in the near future.

    Until tomorrow, bye for now.

  2. Sunday's tee times for the leaders

    All times BST

    18:30 Wolff (US), DeChambeau (US)

    18:19 Oosthuizen (SA), Matsuama (Jpn)

    18:08 Schauffele (US), English (US)

    17:57 McIlroy (NI) Z Johnson (US),

    17:46 Hovland (Nor), Cabrera Bello (Spa)

    17:35 Glover (US), Noren (Swe)

    17:24 Niemann (Chi), Simpson (US)

    17:13 Reed (US), Pieters (Bel)

    17:02 Zalatoris (US), Long (US)

    16:51 Thomas (US), Horschel (US)

    16:40 D Johnson (US), Casey (Eng)

    16:29 Finau (US), Westwood (Eng)

    16:18 Todd (US), B Watson (US),

  3. Wolff leads after three rounds of the US Open - read the report

    American Matthew Wolff produced a scintillating five-under 65 on Saturday to take a two-shot lead into the final round of the US Open at Winged Foot.

    The 21-year-old, playing in his first US Open, holed six birdies to improve to five under par in New York.

    Bryson DeChambeau is two back with Louis Oosthuizen at one under par.

    Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy is also in contention at one over par after recovering from a 76 on Friday to card 68 and set the early clubhouse lead.

  4. Leaderboard

    -5 Wolff (US)

    -3 DeChambeau (US)

    -1 Oosthuizen (SA)

    E Schauffele (US), English (US), Matsuama (Jpn)

    +1 McIlroy (NI)

    +2 Hovland (Nor), Z Johnson (US), Cabrera (Spa)

    +3 Glover (US), Reed (US), Niemann (Chi), Simpson (US), Noren (Swe), Pieters (Bel)

    +4 Thomas (US), Horschel (US), Zalatoris (US), Long (US)

    +5 Todd (US), Westwood (Eng), D Johnson (US), Finau (US), B Watson (US), Casey (Eng)

  5. 'Just another day of golf'

    -3 DeChambeau (F)

    Some quotes from Bryson DeChambeau, who starts tomorrow three under, two strokes behind leader Matthew Wolff and aiming for his first Major title.

    "I felt super comfortable going into the round," says the second-placed American.

    "I was trying to hope it to the fairway and that's not what you want to do at a US Open but it shows my perseverance.

    "[Tomorrow] it's just another day of golf, that's how I have to look at it and that's what I did for the US Amateurs. I'm going to get a few things fixed and I will be ready to go."

  6. Wolff aiming to be first debutant winner in more than 100 years

    How about this for a stat? If Matthew Wolff wins tomorrow, he will become the first US Open debutant to win in 107 years, since American Francis Ouimet triumphed in 1913 at the age of 20 years old.

    The US Open was played in September back then too. And tomorrow is the exact anniversary of Ouimet's victory...

  7. Wolff to create a bit of history?

    -5 Wolff (F)

    Matthew Wolff will have a two-shot lead on Sunday. The 21-year-old is bidding to become the youngest major winner since a certain Tiger Woods won the 1997 Masters.

  8. Bogeys to finish

    +3 Reed, -3 DeChambeau (F)

    Patrick Reed is up first. He's having a good chat with his caddie. He wipes the green clean with the back of his hand. Settles over the putt. Starts it left, Stays left. That's a round of 77. Seven over for the day and three over for the championship. Ouch.

    Bryson DeChambeau has the final putt of the third round. Can he hole it? He's taking an age. Finally, he removes his ball marker and moves in. He steps back, remarks his ball, as is his routine, then sends the putt.

    Bryson, as with every putt he misses, looks like he's been done a massive injustice. It is a bogey finish though and a level-par 70 for a three under total.

  9. Post update

    +2 Reed, -4 DeChambeau

    Patrick Reed has paid the price for missing fairways today. He only hit 10 in the first two rounds and only three today. He's finally paid a hefty price.

    It's certainly food for thought for our leader Matthew Wollf, who only hit two fairways today. He knows he'll need to do better than that to have any chance tomorrow.

    Anyway, Reed has chipped up to about a dozen feet. DeChambeau is in closer, six feet.

    Two big par putts coming up

  10. Post update

    +2 Reed, -4 DeChambeau

    "I think I can fly it up there," says Bryson DeChambeau as he selects a club out of his bag. He gives it a hefty swipe and the ball is a little short, getting caught up in the first cut to the front right of the green.

    Patrick Reed is hacking out. He has no shot to the green. He's going to have to get up and down in two from 70 yards to stay at two over and keep himself in it. Eight shots back might be a touch too much.

  11. Post update

    +2 Reed, -4 DeChambeau

    Another missed fairway for Bryson DeChambeau, not that it seems to be affecting him too much. He's gone with a three-wood down the last so he won't quite have the distance, but he's still probably far enough down to have a shot.

    And it's another tugged drive for Patrick Reed. He just wants this round to end. He was one under after nine and in the lead on five under for the championship. Eight holes later and he's two over, seven back.

  12. Birdie for Bryson, bogey for Reed

    +2 Reed, -4 DeChambeau (17)

    "Sit. Sit. Sit. Sit. (sigh)" Patrick Reed is having one of those days. His chip is a little hot and rolls a good five feet past.

    Bryson DeChambeau is out with his yardage book, studying every hump and bump and hollow and borrow. If he can drop this six-footer, he'll be within one of the lead...

    ...his ball is a millimetre offline and he replaces it for a second time. He settles over the ball and pushes it to the right, the ball turns back towards the hole and falls in the side door.

    Reed's round worsens. He misses the par putt and another shot is gone.

  13. Tough for Thomas

    +4 Thomas (F)

    Justin Thomas' scores are going in the wrong direction. Day one, 65. Day two 73, day three 76.

    That's six over for the day, moving him to four over for the tournament.

    That's a bit of a drop from being five under and in the lead after everyone had finished on Thursday.

    Tied 17th as it stands, with a top 10 possibility all that he will be playing for tomorrow.

  14. (16)

    +1 Reed, -3 DeChambeau

    "Knuckle right, knuckle right," says Bryson DeChambeau as his ball heads towards the left edge of the green. It catches a ridge that funnels the ball back towards the flag.

    I think he can rival Jordan Spieth in the talking to your ball stakes.

    Patrick Reed does indeed have less control over his ball and he finishes front right in more rough, 40 feet from the pin.

  15. Left and right for Reed and DeChambeau

    +1 Reed, -3 DeChambeau (16)

    Bryson DeChambeau is out with the big dog on the 17th tee, smashing it 330 yards down the right and into the rough but he's only got 160 left to the green.

    Patrick Reed is heading left with his drive, he's got 190 left from the cabbage.

    And there it is in microcosm. DeChambeau's power allowing him the opportunity to attack the green, while Reed, from further out, is likely to have less control.

  16. Casey and Westwood battle to be leading finisher from England

    The last English winner of the US Open was Justin Rose back in 2013 and, barring a miracle, there will be no winner from England in 2020.

    Both Paul Casey and Lee Westwood are the top guys from England as they are tied 21st on five over, after rounds of 69 and 72 respectively.

    The third Englishman remaining is Matt Wallace, who is three strokes further back in tied 34th on eight over following his 73 today.

    Robert MacIntyre was the only Scot to make the cut but he's had a tough day as his six-over-par 76 leaves him on 12 over and tied 50th.

  17. Birdie for Bryson

    +1 Reed, -3 DeChambeau (16)

    Patrick Reed is first to putt. He starts his ball outside the left edge but the ball doesn't come back down the slope.

    As soon as he hit the ball, Bryson DeChambeau hopped into view. He was keen to get a read off Reed's putt.

    It's an odd-looking stance, with his super-long handled putter and a high left shoulder. He sets the ball on the same line, but with a fraction less pace. The ball dies in the front edge. I think Bryson thought that was missing. He looks to the skies.

  18. Post update

    +1 Reed, -2 DeChambeau (15)

    Patrick Reed is going to have a chance on the 16th to repair some of the damage he's suffered on this back nine. His second shot is into the middle of the green, leaving a 15 foot birdie putt.

    Bryson DeChambeau, from 20 yards closer in, follows Reed. "Come on, spin like you know you can do," he hollers after his ball. It moves a little, a couple of feet inside his playing partner.

  19. Schauffele ends with a birdie and is tied fourth

    E Schauffele (F)

    Xander Schauffele will go to bed tonight dreaming of winning the first major of his career in 24 hours' time.

    He came tied third in last year's US Open and has been tied second at both the Masters and the Open. Could he do even better here?

    Well, he's still in the running and a birdie at the last secures a round of 70 and means he ends the day as he started it - on level par.

    Tied fourth and all to play for on Sunday.

  20. 'Whatever happens, happens'

    -5 Wolff (F)

    Matthew Wolff only hit two out of 14 fairways but still managed to shoot a five-under 65 today. Here's his take on that: "I got fortunate with my lies in the rough," he said.

    "I stuck with my game, it was a grind out there but hopefully I hit a few more fairways tomorrow. If I don't, I know I can still score.

    "Every time I was in the rough and felt like I had a good lie, I took advantage of it and when I didn't, I chipped out to minimise the risk.

    "I'm going to go out again tomorrow and play the same game and whatever happens, happens."