Bradley Dredge kept his composure to retain his lead going into the final day of the Made in Denmark tournament.
The Welshman, who carded a brilliant opening round of 63, and a 66 on day two, suffered a dip in form but remains the man to beat.
Dredge, looking to end a 10-year title drought on the European Tour, ended the day on one over and is now four shots ahead of former World number One Martin Kaymer who produced a superb display to hit a five-under 66.
Three players share second spot – Thomas Pieters, Adrian Otaegui and David Lipsky. The trio are one stroke behind and remain well in contention going into day 4.
Bradley Dredge will go for his third European Tour win and first in ten years tomorrow.— The European Tour (@EuropeanTour) August 27, 2016
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