Dean Burmester continued his fine form at the Tenerife Open on Saturday and will head into the final round of action only one shot off the pace.
Burmester produced a pretty solid third-round display, which has given him an excellent shot at claiming a second European Tour title.
The South African carded a five-under-par 66 on moving day to climb up the leaderboard where he will start Sunday on 16 under par and one shot adrift of the lead.
Germany’s Nicolai von Dellinghausen and Sweden’s Kalle Samooja sit atop the board as co-leaders after the third round.
Von Dellinghausen went only one under for his round, while Samooja also shot a round of 66 to get in contention for the win.
Garrick Higgo made more impressive moves on Saturday and will once again be hunting in a final round in Spain.
Higgo, who won the Gran Canaria Open last week, will start Sunday’s action on 14 under par and four shots behind the leaders.
Justin Harding is only two further strokes back in T15, while Justin Walters is on 10 under par for the event. Haydn Porteous shot a round of even par for his third round and remains on four under for the week.