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Briton Paul Casey is two strokes behind the pace before the final day of men’s golf, with American Xander Sc Chaudele leading Japan’s Hideki Matsuyama at the Tokyo Olympics.
Irishman Rory McIlroy is back 11 under par after a 67 in the third round.
Great Britain’s Tommy Fleetwood clocked a superb 64 of seven under par to drop to 10 under par, alongside Irishman Shane Lowry.
Casey double bogeyed at 14 but finished with successive birdies to reach 12 under par on a stacked standings.
It came after the 44-year-old scored four birdies out of the top nine at Kasumigaseki Country Club.
World number five ScHotele also birdied the last to a three-under 68 round, giving the United States a clear-cut hope in the 14-under-par gold position.
Fleetwood kept his medal hopes alive with his best round of the tournament so far, netting nine birdies and two bogeys to pull off four strokes from the lead.
“It has been my goal for a very long time and my Olympic dream is still alive, and it really is a beautiful thing,” he told BBC Sport.
“Being at the Olympics, being surrounded by the athletes and having the support of the GB team, feeling like you are supporting them, it was inspiring, it was motivating, I really loved it.”
However, a number of players are well positioned to advance to Sunday’s final stage, with Mexican Carlos Ortiz at 12 under and Colombian Sebastian Munoz, Chilean Mito Pereira and Austria’s Sepp Straka all at 11 under. .