Matt Wallace takes two-shot lead into final day of Italian Open

Matt Wallace takes two-shot lead into final day of Italian Open

Matt Wallace takes two-shot lead into final day of Italian Open

Mark Wallace is hoping to spin his career year into another title at the Italian Open, with the 125/1 outsider tied for the lead at halfway in Milan.

George Coetzee and Byeong Hun An lie a shot further back, while Masters champion
Sergio Garcia and English duo Matt Wallace and Chris Paisley and Warren are among eight players tied on five under.

A high-profile three-ball saw the top three in the Race to Dubai, Tommy Fleetwood, Garcia and Jon Rahm, teeing off together.

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Fleetwood and Matt Fitzpatrick clearly enjoyed playing alongside one another as they lit up the Golf Club Milano layout and were a combined 15 under par for the round. He ended Day 3 with just the one bogey and birdied six of the opening nine holes, although he struggled to maintain that form on the backstretch, where he scored eight pars and one birdie.

Marc Warren flew the saltire in Monza with a round of 66 on the opening day of the Italian Open.

It was a less successful day for Australian Fraser, who is five shots off the lead in a share of ninth place after a 72.

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Fitzpatrick also few a strong flag for England and moved up 29 places to joint-ninth after firing in five birdies and an eagle over the first 14 holes, keeping him five strokes off the summit with one round remaining.

Hatton, celebrating his 26th birthday, fared even better than Molinari on the front nine with six birdies, including four in a row from the fourth.

But Hatton and Molinari are still chasing the impressive Wallace, who co-led overnight and got off to an encouraging start with birdies at the first and fifth before he made only his second bogey of the tournament at the seventh.

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The world number five carded a bogey-free round of 67 and is only three shots off the lead.

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