The Belgian Thomas Pieters and Thomas Detry are now five shots ahead of Mexico and South Korea. World Cup golf leaderboard-19 Belgium; -14 Mexico, South Korea; -13 Sweden, Australia, England; -11 Canada, Ireland, Scotland Selected others: -7 Wales; -5 USAFull leaderboard (external)
Thomas Pieters and Thomas Detry from Belgium take a lead of five shots at the final of the World Cup of Golf after a nine-under-63 in Melbourne.
The pair, which had three birdies and an eagle in four holes during the three rounds of the four balls, are 19 below.
The Mexican Abraham Ancer, who won the Australian Open last week, shot 65 with Robert Diaz to become a shared second with South Korea and Italy at 14 below.
The Britons Tyrrell Hatton and Ian Poulter are collectively fifth at 13 below.
The duo combined for a five-under-67 in the better ball version of the game to make six shots off the pace, besides Sweden and host country Australia.
Scottish couples Russell Knox and Martin Laird are two shots further back, with Irish Shane Lowry and Paul Dunne at 11 below.
The last round on Sunday sees the competition back to fourteen.