Tiger Woods will return to Le Golf National on Sunday eager to help the USA retain the Ryder Cup.
The 14-time Major winner has endured a torrid time at the 2018 edition of the competition amid talk of returning injury problems.
And in the singles Tiger Woods will be desperate to get points on the board for his country, who currently trail Europe 10-6 after four sessions.
Express Sport is on hand to run you through everything you need to know after the singles matches were announced.
Ryder Cup singles matches: Who is Tiger Woods playing?
Tiger Woods has not gained single point at the Ryder Cup following failure in two fourballs sessions and one foursomes encounter.
And he will be looking to put that right on Sunday when he takes on Jon Rahm in their singles match at Le Golf National.
Woods and Rahm are scheduled to tee off at 11:41am.
Jim Furyk’s holders trail Thomas Bjorn’s Europe 10-6 going into the final day of Ryder Cup action.
Ryder Cup singles matches: Sunday tee times
11:05am McIlroy vs Thomas
11:17am Casey vs Koepka
11:29am Rose vs Simpson
11:41am Rahm vs Woods
11:53am Fleetwood vs Finau
12:05pm Poulter vs Johnson
12:17pm Olesen vs Spieth
12:29pm Garcia vs Fowler
12:51pm Molinari vs Mickelson
12:53pm Hatton vs Reed
1:05pm Stenson vs Watson
1:17pm Noren vs DeChambeau
How to follow the Ryder Cup – TV channel, live stream, radio coverage
Sky Sports will be broadcasting live coverage of the Ryder Cup in the UK.
Existing customers will also be able to stream the action via the Sky Go app, which can be downloaded across a host of iOS and Android devices.
If you don’t have a Sky Sports subscriptions but still wish to tune in, golf fans can purchase a Sky Sports pass through NOW TV.
Day passes, which give you access to Sky Sports channels for 24 hours, cost £7.99 a day, with a weekly pass priced at £12.99 and no locking into a contract.
Radio coverage in the UK comes from BBC 5 Live and talkSPORT 2, with access around the world available online via the official Ryder Cup website.