Pádraig Harrington is four shots behind joint-leaders Matthew Fitzpatrick and Thomas Detry after the third round of the Scottish Open.

A successive round of 68 sees Harrington on 10-under alongside eight other players, including Lee Westwood.

An eagle on 16 and three birdies was the highlight of the day for the Ryder Cup captain.

Cormac Sharvin is a shot further back after he also posted a 68.

Fitzpatrick and Belgian Detry had rounds of 67 and 68 respectively to finish 14-under par and lead the field by a stroke from Jon Rahm.


Australia's Lucas Herbert, who won the Irish Open last week, was two shots off the pace following an eagle, birdie, birdie finish to his 64, but Lee Westwood fell four strokes back after two double bogeys in the space of three holes.

Rahm shared the halfway lead with Detry and Jack Senior, but three-putted the first and third to fall four shots off the pace before recovering superbly with five birdies in the space of eight holes from the sixth.

The 26-year-old Spaniard then missed from a matter of inches on the par-five 16th and conceded: "It was not my day on the greens. Ball-striking was great but I left three or four shots out there and some of them should have been an obvious make.