United States 3½, global 1½.
With an absolutely stacked lineup - including Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed teaming up and Justin Thomas and Rickie Fowler hoping to continue their domination (the pairs are 3-0-1 combined this week) - the United States may be in position to do just that.
Venezuelan Jhonattan Vegas and Argentinian Emiliano Grillo will take on Phil Mickelson and Kevin Kisner, and the South African duo of Branden Grace and Louis Oosthuizen will take on Rickie Fowler and Justin Thomas.
Day and compatriot Marc Leishman suffered a heartbreaking loss to Phil Mickelson and Kevin Kisner on Friday, leading from the first through the 14th holes only for Mickelson to grab a 1-up win for the USA at the 18th.
It only took 13 holes for Charley Hoffman and Kevin Chappell to record a dominant win over Anirban Lahiri and Charl Schwartzel, they flew out of the gates scoring on three of the first four holes and would win 6 & 5.
Our scribes at Liberty National Golf Club share which of Saturday morning's foursomes matches are most intriguing to them. But when you come out to a Presidents Cup or a Ryder Cup, or like at an Olympics like I've played, you're playing for so much more.
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The final match ebbed and flowed, Phil Mickelson and Kevin Kisner going from three-up to one-down before missing a putt for the match on the 18th green in the only halved game on Thursday afternoon.
Steve Stricker's side claimed four-and-a-half points out of five on day two in New Jersey to leave Nick Price's global team staring down the barrel of a 10th defeat from 12 contests since the competition was first held in 1994.
The US need just 7.5 points from the remaining Saturday Foursomes and Fourball matches and Sunday's 12 singles matches to win the Cup for the seventh-consecutive time, and 10 victory overall. "They came into this event riding a lot of momentum, a lot of confidence, and they really get excited to play these team events and it's showing".
The latter duo were ahead through two holes thanks to a birdie at the par-five second, but their opponents won five of the next seven to lead four-up at the turn. A par by the Amercians was good enough to win the 14th, and a final 8-foot birdie putt by Reed on the 15th closed out the match.
SHOT OF THE DAY: Thomas holed out from a bunker on No. 14 and wound up halving the hole when it looked as though the lead would be cut to 1 up.
Sadly though, the ship might have already sailed on the tide as the equation for an worldwide team victory is now an unlikely 13.5 points from a possible 20. Vegas birdied the next hole from 35 feet, and that's when Johnson took over.