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Na and Poulter both have a chance to change perceptions at Colonial.
With a birdie on the 17th hole Saturday, after the pair played from almost the same spot, Na regained the outright lead for a one-stroke advantage over Poulter going into the final round at a very damp Hogan's Alley.
"When it comes to crunch time, you've got to trust your stroke and just stay in the moment," Na said when asked about a chance for his second PGA Tour victory Sunday.
Na shot a 1-under 69 on Saturday, a round that included a couple of bogeys, to reach 11-under 199. Poulter had a 68.
Spieth, the first-round co-leader after a 64, followed his second-round 73 with a 67.
Byeong Hun An shot a 5-under 67 to share the lead with
The South Korean trailed Molinari by a shot after the second round but made seven birdies, including two in the last two holes, to equal the Italian's overall score of 14-under 202 going into the final day.
Molinari, who has led from round one, shot a 68.