England's Grant Hamerton and Stuart Little share the lead going into the final round of the Rolex Trophy in Switzerland.
They are on 14 under par 202, a stroke clear of overnight leader, Simon Wakfield, from England, who went round in 71, and two ahead of the rest of the field.
Hamerton came home in 32 strokes for a 66, while Little signed for 69 after going out in 33.
But the leaders' effort were eclipsed by Sebastien Delagrange and Chris Gane, who both equalled the course record with 63s. England's Gane had an eagle and seven birdies in his round after going out in 31, while Delagrange's performance was even more remarkable.
The Frenchman was confined to his bed with a fever overnight but came out this morning to card an eagle and eight birdies, also going out in 31.