Joost Luiten holds a one stroke lead over Padraig Harrington and James Morrison midway through the final round of the Iskandar Johor Open, which looks set for a thrilling finish.
After Saturday's rain had seen the tournament reduced to 54 holes, Luiten blitzed the front nine at Horizon Hills Golf and Country Club with five birdies as the Dutchman climbed to 14 under par.
Harrington picked up birdies at the eighth and ninth to keep up the pressure on Luiten at 13 under par while Morrison also played his first nine holes in two-under.
A double bogey six at the seventh, meanwhile, saw overnight leader Daniel Chopra fall back to 12 under.
Rhys Davies had climbed to 11 under par through 12 holes after the Welshman collected four birdies to join Gregory Bourdy, who was level par for his round.
A group of five players were a shot further back on 10 under with the tournament set to go down to the wire.