Ockie Strydom will go into the final round of the Singapore Classic four shots behind the co-leaders.
The South African’s third-round 67 on Saturday, which included six birdies and a bogey, took him to 10 under par and a share of 11th position.
Countryman Zander Lombard is a further two shots behind.
Jeunghun Wang holds a share of the lead after producing a brilliant burst of scoring on the back nine on Saturday.
The 27-year-old South Korean had been four shots off the lead at the halfway stage but fired a third-round 66, which featured five successive birdies from the 12th, to lead the way alongside Spaniard Alejandro del Rey on 14 under par.
Del Rey, who played in the same group as Wang on Moving Day, carded an eagle, seven birdies and three bogeys in his 66.
Englishman Richard Mansell was one shot behind the co-leaders after posting a flawless 65, while first-round leader Tom McKibbin, Nathan Kimsey, Sami Välimäki and Marcel Schneider were another stroke further back.
– Report from DP World Tour website