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By Peter Scrivener
BBC Sport in Gleneagles
All four Englishwomen at Europe’s Solheim Cup team feature at Gleneagles in Friday’s opening foursomes.
Bronte Law along with also the Carlota Ciganda of Spain and US duo Morgan Pressel and Marina Alex at the match at 08:10 BST play.
While Germany’s Caroline Masson and Jodi Ewart Shadoff play sisters Jessica and Nelly Korda georgia Hall along with France’s Celine Boutier confront Brittany Altomare along with Lexi Thompson.
Charley Hull along with the Azahara Munoz of Spain face Megan Khang along with Annie Park.
The shot will be strike on by american Pressel for the champions against a powerful European pairing of debutant Law and Ciganda.
Europe captain Catriona Matthew said 24-year-old Legislation was”champing at the bit” to play and she wished to get her and Boutier out early.
“I only feel the longer they must hang about and waitthe more nervous they are going to get,” added Matthew, that even has Dutch debutant Anne van Dam inside her 12-strong side.
“We needed to have as many rookies out as we can on the first morning.”
US captain Juli Inkster said she was also eager to”receive the rookies out there enjoying at the afternoon” after picking five of those six at her group.
Alex plays with the US team participant in Pressel, who has played in five previous events, although Nelly Korda makes her debut alongside older sister Jessica.
“I wasn’t too excited about it,” said Inkster that is looking to become the first captain to win three consecutive Solheim Cups.
“But the longer I thought about it, it’d be dumb not to perform them. They should have the best to perform together. They’re a strong team ”
Friday morning foursomes will be accompanied by four matches in the day. The pairings for those matches will be announced on Friday morning.
There’ll be another round of foursomes and fourballs on Saturday, with 12 singles matches Sunday.
The US need 14 of the 28 full points on offer to keep the Solheim Cup, although Europe want 14.5 to regain it.
Even the US have won 10 of this biennial event of those previous 15 editions.
The Solheim Cup is a part of BBC Sport’s Change The Game campaign. #ChangeTheGame from BBC Sport sees a summer packed full of live women’s sporting actions and complementary programming across on the internet, radio and TV.
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