Aaron Rai will take a six-shot lead into the final round of the Hong Kong Open after extending his advantage on Saturday.

The Englishman is closing in on his first European Tour title after following up Friday's course-record 61 with a 68 to open up a gap between himself and compatriots Tommy Fleetwood and Matthew Fitzpatrick, who are both on 10 under.

However, it was not all plain sailing for Rai, who started day three with a four-shot lead but saw it cut to just one shot at the turn after South Korean Hyowon Park made a fast start.

A string of bogeys saw Park's challenge fade, though, and Rai upped his game on the back nine before finishing with a bogey.

Former Masters Champion Sergio Garcia went round in 64, which included a brilliant eagle at the par-four 10th hole, and the Spaniard is tied for fourth place alongside Jason Scrivener on nine under par.