- Day 2 of the 2018 Ryder Cup will get underway at 2 a.m. ET with four fourball matches between the U.S. and Europe Teams.
- The U.S. Team won three of the four fourball matches on Friday, and captain Jim Furyk is using the same exact pairings on Saturday.
- In the anchor match, Jordan Spieth and Justin Thomas are slight favorites (-105 odds) to beat Ian Poulter and Jon Rahm (+160).
SAINT-QUENTIN-EN-YVELINES, France — In hopes of regaining some semblance of momentum, let alone the overall lead, U.S. captain Jim Furyk will enlist the same pairings for Saturday morning’s fourball session that posted a 3-1 total on Friday in the same format.
Let’s break down all four matches.
All odds are via Sportsbook.ag and current as of Friday afternoon at 1:40 p.m. ET.
A quick explanation on some of the odds you’ll see below: A $100 bet on +190 odds would return $190, a $250 bet on -250 odds would return $100, etc.
Match 9: Brooks Koepka/Tony Finau vs. Rory McIlroy/Sergio Garcia
- Koepka/Finau Odds: +130
- McIlroy/Garcia Odds: +115
- Halve Odds: +500
Let’s face it: Koepka and Finau stole one away in Friday’s opening match, as neither one of them hit the ball particularly well but were bailed out by some balky putts from Justin Rose and Jon Rahm.
I don’t see McIlroy and Garcia giving anything away here. While I still like Koepka to keep playing better, give the Europeans the edge in this one.
Prediction: McIlroy/Garcia (+115)