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Abu Dhabi, UAEWednesday 12 December 2018

DP World Tour Championship: Pairings and tee times – third round

Matt Wallace tops the leaderboard at the Jumeirah Golf Estates and is paired with fellow Englishman Danny Willett

Danny Willett has been paired with fellow Englishman Matt Wallace as the duo tee off at 12.40pm (UAE time) in the third round of the DP World Tour Championship on Saturday.

But before they swing into action, much of the focus at the Jumeirah Golf Estates in Dubai will once again be directed at Tommy Fleetwood and Francesco Molinari as the close friends continue their bid for the Race to Dubai gong.

Reigning champion Fleetwood, also from England, is tied for sixth and has been paired with Thailand's Kiradech Aphibarnrat. The Italian Molinari, meanwhile, will play alongside Wade Ormsby of Australia.

The full list of tee times are below. All time are local (+4 GMT)

7.40am Joakim Lagergren

7.50am Chris Wood, Brandon Stone

8am Aaron Rai, Jorge Campillo

8.10am Martin Kaymer, Ryan Fox

8.20am Branden Grace, Lucas Bjerregaard

8.30am Ashun Wu, Ian Poulter

8.40am Darren Fichardt, Matthew Fitzpatrick

8.50am Robert Rock, Thorbjorn Olesen

9am Lucas Herbert, Alexander Levy

9.10am Mikko Korhonen, Dylan Frittelli

9.25am Joost Luiten, Tyrrell Hatton

9.35am Mike Lorenzo-Vera, Shane Lowry

9.45am Chris Paisley, Erik van Rooyen

9.55am Lee Slattery, Xander Schauffele

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10.05am Ross Fisher, Haotong Li

10.15am Wade Ormsby, Francesco Molinari

10.25am Paul Dunne, Russell Knox

10.35am Hideto Tanihara, Marcus Kinhult

10.45am Thomas Detry, Alex Noren

10.55am Matthew Southgate, Sam Horsfield

11.10am Shubhankar Sharma, Lee Westwood

11.20am Andy Sullivan, Sergio Garcia

11.30am Tom Lewis, Thomas Pieters

11.40am Andrea Pavan, Rafa Cabrera Bello

11.50am Henrik Stenson, Jon Rahm

Noon Alexander Bjork, Rory McIlroy

12.10pm Kiradech Aphibarnrat, Tommy Fleetwood

12.20pm Dean Burmester, Patrick Reed

12.30pm Jordan Ssmith, Adrian Otaegui

12.40pm Danny Willett, Matt Wallace

England's Danny Willett is on a promising comeback from injury and loss of form. AP Photo
England's Danny Willett is on a promising comeback from injury and loss of form. AP Photo