Rory McIlroy & Sergio Garcia paired back together

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World number one Rory McIlroy will partner Sergio Garcia once again this afternoon in the foursomes at the Ryder Cup.

McIlroy and Garcia, in fact, lost their opening match at Gleneagles yesterday morning, but recovered well with a fine comeback to their match in the afternoon. 

And now, with things really heating up, the pair will come together again to take on the US duo of Jim Furyk and Hunter Mahan who will be in confident 

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There should be some great battles ahead this afternoon, with Jamie Donaldson and Lee Westwood set to take on Zach Johnson and Matt Kuchar.

Martin Kaymer and Justin Rose, meanwhile, will come up against youngsters Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed in game three, whilst Victor Dubuisson and Graeme Mc Dowell will be hoping to edge Jimmy Walker and Rickie Fowler in the final game in what should be a phenomenal afternoon. 

That does mean, however, that there's no place for Stephen Gallacher who also missed this morning's play. 

Close contest 

The afternoon's session will certainly take great importance with Europe currently leading 6-5. Things could still change, with McIlroy and Poulter currently level with Walker and Fowler heading into the final hole of the morning. 

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