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Summary

  1. Italy's Francesco Molinari leads the Masters on -13 after third round of 66
  2. Tiger Woods and Tony Finau second on -11
  3. Koepka -10; Poulter, Simpson -9
  4. Kuchar, Schauffele, Harding, D Johnson, Oosthuizen -8
  5. Selected: Fowler, Scott -7; Mickelson -6; Fleetwood, Spieth -4, McIlroy -1
  6. Final round to start at 12:30 BST because of expected bad weather

Live Reporting

By Luke Reddy, Alex Bysouth and Steve Sutcliffe

All times stated are UK

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  1. Until tomorrow...

    That's it from us for tonight, we're off to get a quick kip before Sunday's early start.

    But we can't leave without sharing the best shots from a scintillating Saturday at Augusta.

    We'll catch you then.

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    Video caption: Masters 2019: Rickie Fowler & Francesco Molinari feature in best shots of day three
  2. How it stands heading into Sunday

    Masters leaderboard
  3. The Masters leader...

    Molinari -13 (F)

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    Video caption: 'Beautiful' - Molinari takes lead
  4. Can Finau produce a big finish?

    Finau -11 (F)

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    Video caption: Masters 2019: Tony Finau makes birdie on 13th hole
  5. The contenders...

    Woods -11 (F)

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    Video caption: 'They'll hear that roar around the world' - Woods hits back-to-back birdies
  6. 'I can't see past Frankie'

    Ken Brown

    BBC Sport commentator

    I can't see anyone sneaking past Molinari. He is playing flawless golf. He knows though he will be looking in the rear-view mirror for Woods.

  7. 'Beautiful from Molinari'

    Molinari -13

    Peter Alliss

    BBC Sport commentator at the Augusta National

    That was a beautiful round of golf from Francesco Molinari.

    All this has come to him in the last three to four years and he really has matured mentally and physically.

    Whatever you want to say he really is a remarkable member of the golf profession, he really is superb.

  8. Some of the best...

    Ken Brown

    BBC Sport commentator

    Some amazing golf. Three 64s. Molinari, it's Hogan-like, he has his game completely under control. We have seen some of the best golf I have ever seen at Augusta. Low scoring.

  9. Post update

    Just brilliant from Francesco Molinari today, but there are plenty of players lurking behind the Italian and in with a sniff of the Green Jacket on Sunday...

  10. Sunday fun to come...

    Masters leaderboard
  11. Molinari finishes with two-shot lead

    Molinari -13, Day -6 (F)

    Some four feet here for Frankie to save par.

    Never in doubt, down it goes with confidence. A fantastic bogey-free round of 66 from Molinari and he'll head into the final day with a two-stroke lead.

    Jason Day can only make bogey, he signs for a 73 that sees him drop to six under par.

  12. 'Clean living and a fish diet'

    Peter Alliss

    BBC Sport commentator at Augusta National

    The field is 81 under par today. They played some shots today that I can't believe. I think you can't reach this hole with a driver, a seven or an eight iron but they do and they can.

    Clean living and a fish diet I suppose. But there we are.

  13. Magnificent from Molinari

    Molinari -13 (17)

    Molinari

    So what can Francesco Molinari see here? Is this the moment he drops a shot for the first time since the 11th hole on Thursday?

    Well, well, well... that is sublime. Deft, delicious, skittling its way up to the pin.

    He should save par.

  14. Molinari in the sand

    Molinari -13, Day -7 (17)

    All eyes at Augusta now on the final pairing.

    Francesco Molinari sitting just to the right of the fairway, a slight sight of the flag in the distance.

    He fizzes it low and left, and that ends in the greenside bunker!

    Now then, could we have some drama at the last?!

  15. Leaderboard

    Leaderboard
  16. Post update

    Woods -11 (F)

    The Daily Telegraph's chief sports writer Paul Hayward says Tiger Woods is "getting better" with each round...

    Paul Hayward
  17. They don't drop

    Koepka -10 (18) Scott -7 (18)

    Koepka

    Brooks Koepka, wants birdie to reduce the arrears, sends it... nope. Dribbled past. Adam Scott does the same and it's bogey for him.