Ryder Cup 2018: Ian Poulter tops your wildcard picks for Europe
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BBC Sport readers have selected Ian Poulter as the overwhelming favourite to receive one of four wildcards for Thomas Bjorn's European Ryder Cup team.
The Englishman, who has played in four wins, polled more than 60% of the votes in the ongoing poll, which has attracted more than 100,000 votes.
The final three places were filled by Henrik Stenson, who was second, with Sergio Garcia and Paul Casey in third and fourth respectively.
Matt Wallace and Rafa Cabrera Bello just missed out in your selections.
Of course, the final decision is up to European captain Bjorn and he will make the official team announcement at 14:00 BST on Wednesday.
Eight players have already booked their automatic places at Le Golf National in Paris for the competition that starts on 28 September.
They are; Francesco Molinari, Justin Rose, Tyrrell Hatton, Tommy Fleetwood, Jon Rahm, Rory McIlroy, Alex Noren and Thorbjorn Olesen.
You can still select your wildcard picks below until 14:00 on Wednesday.
Ian Poulter: The Englishman has already summoned some Ryder Cup spirit this year after staging a remarkable comeback to qualify for the Masters via a play-off. An injury meant he was involved as a vice-captain last time out. The 42-year-old, who has lost just four of his 18 matches and is unbeaten in the singles, has been involved in five Ryder Cup wins since making his debut in 2004.
Sergio Garcia: The 2017 Masters Champion has won 22-and-a-half Ryder Cup points, playing in eight editions of the biennial event. But the 38-year-old Spaniard has struggled for form this year, missing all four cuts at the majors and failing to qualify for the PGA Tour's FedExCup play-offs for the first time.
Henrik Stenson: The Swede has played in four Ryder Cups and holed the winning putt on his debut at The K Club in 2006. The 42-year-old has registered top-six finishes at both the Masters and US Open in 2018, but has slipped out of the world top 10.
Rafa Cabrera Bello: The world number 29's best performance this year is tied for third at the WGC Mexico Championship, although he did finish in the top 10 at the last of the year's majors, the PGA Championship. The Spaniard won two-and-a-half points from his three matches at Hazeltine in 2016.
Thomas Pieters: The Belgian impressed on his Ryder Cup debut in 2016, scoring four points - a record for a rookie - and forged a great partnership with McIlroy. The 26-year-old finished tied for sixth at the PGA Championship in August.
Russell Knox: "Welcome to the conversation," said captain Thomas Bjorn to Knox after the Scot won the Irish Open earlier this year to put himself in contention for a first Ryder Cup place.
Eddie Pepperell: A first European Tour win at the Qatar Masters in February proved the beginning of a strong run of form for the Englishman, who is hoping to compete in his first Ryder Cup after enjoying a top-six finish at The Open.
Matthew Fitzpatrick: The Englishman was unable to get off the mark in two matches on his Ryder Cup debut in 2016. His best finish on the European Tour this season was tied for third in Abu Dhabi in January.
Paul Casey: The Englishman is eligible for selection again after ruling himself out in 2016 by declining to rejoin the European Tour. He missed out on a wildcard in 2010 despite being seventh in the world, but was part of victories in 2004 and 2006 before contributing just a half point at Valhalla a decade ago.
Matt Wallace: What better way of showing your credentials by winning the final qualifying event before the Ryder Cup? That's what the Englishman did in Denmark on Sunday for his third European Tour win this season.
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Because the Ryder Cup is (these days) Europe vs the USA.
Just as I cheer on Scots and Welsh players for the British Lions, Scousers and Geordies when England play, and players from all over the world when watching club football.
If you don't like his shouting and fist pumping that's OK, but he gets the team going every year. See Medinah for details. This is a different kind of golf and he's the perfect player for it. Not to take him would be madness
Garcia has no form which means his swing is off and his confidence will be low - despite his RC record just too big a risk particularly with US looking so strong.
Shock, horror! There's not a mention of Tiger Woods anywhere!
Well done Beeb! A first for you and, even better, a nice talking point for golf fans.
Poulter playing well, excellent record.
Stenson solid and forms very good partnership with rose.
Pieters took 4 points last time out.
Wallace is the man in the best form.
Putting him ahead of Casey, Garcia, Cabrera-Bello, Knox is like arguing Leeds are a better team than Everton because they have more wins, ignoring that they play in different leagues.
Stenson - Partnership with Rose. Finds form when it is needed
Pieters - Our best player 2 years ago. Recent performance in PGA
Wallace/Bello - I keep changing my mind
So if the Ryder Cup was still Britain and Ireland versus America, would you refuse to support Britain because it would be cheering on Scottish and Irish players and they both beat England at rugby this year?
He MUST play
But having said that it is just fantastic so have many top British and European players
I can remember the days when there there was about one British player in the top 20,with the odd Aussie and the rest were wall to wall Americans .
This a golden age for European golf