Host Europe will take a slender overall lead of 4½ points to 3½ over the USA into Saturday morning's foursome matches at Gleneagles. While Team Europe captain Catriona Matthew has retained three of her four teams from Friday's opening foursomes session, which was won 2½-1½ by Europe, her U.S. counterpart Juli Inkster has retained two of her Friday morning combinations.
8:10 a.m. – Anna Nordqvist/Anne van Dam (EUR) vs. Morgan Pressel/Marina Alex (USA)
Long-hitting Solheim Cup rookie van Dam was described as "absolutely a rock star" by her partner Suzann Pettersen after a sizzling display in Friday's four-ball encounters, and she will get her first taste of foursomes action in partnership with Nordqvist. The Europeans will take on the American duo of Pressel and Alex, who fought hard in a back-and-forth affair to halve the opening match of the 2019 Solheim Cup on Friday morning, against Carlota Ciganda and Bronte Law.
8:22 a.m. – Georgia Hall/Celine Boutier (EUR) vs. Lizette Salas/Ally McDonald (USA)
Hall, who has a perfect 3-0-0 record in Solheim Cup foursomes, is once again reunited with Boutier after the European pair stunned the U.S. duo of Lexi Thompson and Brittany Altomare 2 and 1 in Friday's opening session. On Saturday morning, the Europeans will come up against a new American combination in Salas, who captured the point that secured the cup for Team USA in Des Moines in 2017, and rookie McDonald, who shone in Friday's four-ball session in a winning partnership with Angel Yin.
8:34 a.m. – Charley Hull/Azahara Munoz (EUR) vs. Danielle Kang/Megan Khang (USA)
In another foursomes pairing repeated by Europe captain Matthew, Hull and Munoz return for their third successive match this week. Hull, a veteran of two previous Solheim Cups, is unbeaten in this format with a 3-0-1 record after she and Munoz defeated Khang and Annie Park 2 and 1 on Friday morning. Khang gets her chance for revenge with a new partner in Kang, who sat out Friday's opening foursomes matches.
8:46 a.m. – Carlota Ciganda/Bronte Law (EUR) vs. Jessica Korda/Nelly Korda (USA)
The bottom match features two heavyweight pairings as Ciganda and Law, who twice finished strong on Friday to halve their first two matches together, take on the American 'Sister Act' - the Kordas. In Friday's opening foursomes, the Kordas made history as they became the first set of sisters to play together in a Solheim Cup, and they made that experience extra special as they made quick work of Europe's Caroline Masson and Jodi Ewart Shadoff with a commanding 6-and-4 win. This final encounter on Saturday morning shapes up as a match-up of high quality to savor.