Crocked Fisher one behind Jaidee
Thongchai Jaidee leads the Wales Open by one shot but Ross Fisher is breathing down his neck despite playing with an injury.
The Englishman stubbed his toe in his hotel room on Friday night but played through the pain to card a third-round 71 on Saturday and sit one shot behind the Thailand veteran.
The Ryder Cup star's form has suffered over the past 12 months and he has slipped way down the world rankings, but he has looked back to somewhere near his best at Celtic Manor.
Jaidee signed for a 67 on Saturday and sits on -7 as he tries to win his first tournament on European soil after winning four European Tour events in the Far East.
Joost Luiten of Holland shot a 64 to move into a share of second place with Fisher while his compatriot Tim Sluiter is a further shot back following a third-round 68.
England's Mark Foster is one of three players on -3, while Dane Thomas Bjorn managed a 68 on day three to move to -2 and in contention to challenge on Sunday.