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The Tour Report

September 2 2013

10:59 AM

Here's a group battling for the top 70

NORTON, Mass. -- Obviously all eyes will be on the final trio off the tee as Sergio Garcia takes a two-stroke lead over Henrik Stenson and a three-stroke edge on Graham DeLaet into the final round of the Deutsche Bank Championship.

But the three players paired together two groups ahead of the leaders -- Kevin Stadler, Ian Poulter and Marc Leishman -- also have visions of victory, as well as playing their way into next week's BMW Championship.

Stadler started the week ranked 75th in the FedExCup, one spot ahead of Leishman and two up Poulter. Right now, all three are projected to move into the top 70 who qualify but they need to continue to play well in the final round.

Stadler is 14 under after a 64 on Sunday while Poultter is one stroke behind and Leishman is in a big group at 12 under. The group tees off No. 1 at 11:10 a.m. ET.

Click here to follow Stadler, Poulter and Lieshman on ShotTracker.

Click here to see the Projected FedExCup Standings.