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Summary

  1. 21-year-old Kim Si-woo becomes youngest ever Players champion
  2. South Korean finishes on 10 under after a 69 at Sawgrass
  3. Ian Poulter finishes joint second on -7
  4. Louis Oosthuizen also on -7
  5. Selected: Scott -5, D Johnson, McIlroy Level, Garcia +1, Day +7, Rose +8

Live Reporting

By Alex Bysouth and Kal Sajad

All times stated are UK

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  1. 'Club selection at a premium'

    Iain Carter

    BBC golf correspondent at Sawgrass

    It is another breezy day but this time the wind is from the opposite direction to the rest of the week.  

    The south-westerly gusts have been replaced by winds from the north-east which are forecast to fluctuate to 22 mph by the time the leaders are on the course.  

    Judgement and club selection will again be at a premium in the final round.

  2. Poulter on tee

    Poulter -6

    Here comes Ian Poulter to the tee, donning a light shade of pink for Mother's Day in America.

    A small crowd are at the first to see the Englishman drive to the middle fairway, it gets a resounding cheer - he'll be happy with his first shot of the day.

    Ian Poulter
  3. 'I am in a great position'

    Poulter -6 (19:10 BST)

    Poulter

    We'll be keeping a keen eye on Ian Poulter, who is looking to capitalise at the Players Championship having retained his PGA Tour card after a discrepancy was spotted in the points structure used for players competing on medical extensions.

    The 41-year-old only played 13 tournaments last season because of a foot injury and slipped to 197th in the world.

    "It was a relief to get the call to say you're good, you did enough to secure your card," Poulter said before his final round.

    "Saturday was extremely difficult. It was very gusty. But I was patient and told myself not to go pin hunting because it was a day that would catch people out.

    "I said to myself before teeing off 'be smart and don't take on silly positions'. I had a lot of opportunities over the closing holes. I didn't take them but I am in a great position."

  4. Tee times

    Sergio Garcia and Patrick Cantlay have just started their final round - here's when the final three pairs will be heading out:

    19:10: Emilliano Grillo, Ian Poulter -6

    19:20: Louis Oosthuizen -8, Kim Si-Woo

    19:30: JB Holmes, Kyle Stanley -9

    Sergio Garcia
  5. The chasing pack

    England's Ian Poulter looks best placed to lead the British charge on the final day at Sawgrass and will be hitting the first tee at 19:10 BST.

    Poulter

    Poulter is tied with Emiliano Grillo on six under par for the tournament, with the Argentine constructing a round of 67 on Saturday that was only bettered by Pat Perez.

    Grillo

    Sergio Garcia donned green on Saturday and seemed to summon the spirit of his Masters win when he also shot a five-under-par 67, but the Spaniard sits a stroke further back on five under after a costly 73 on the opening day.

    Garcia
  6. The leading contenders

    Americans JB Holmes and Kyle Stanley share the lead at nine under par and will be the final pair out on Sunday at 19:30 BST.

    Holmes
    Stanley

    But there are plenty waiting in the wings should the co-leaders fall off the pace, with Louis Oosthuizen perhaps best placed of those to make a move.

    Oosthuizen

    Or will it be one golf's emerging young stars? 21-year-old Kim Si-Woo put together a four-under-par 68 in tricky conditions on Saturday to move into contention come the final day.

    Kim
  7. Calm before the storm?

    Sawgrass

    So here we go, the final day of the Players Championship.

    Those lower down the leaderboard are already strutting their stuff at Sawgrass, but it's almost time for those within touching distance of the £1.47m prize to hit the tee box.

    Players

    Can one of our American co-leaders hold on? Will the Masters champion make his move? Or will it be an Englishman who steals the Florida limelight?

    Let's have a look at who's in the running...