THIRD ROUND LEADERBOARD
Archer shot a 69 to remain in strong contention
(GB & Ire unless stated):
-14 T Kiyota (Jpn)
-13 M Brown (Aus), J Randhawa (Ind)
-11 P Archer, G Chalmers (Aus), G Storm
-9 V Singh (Fij)
-7 M Foster, C Rodgers
-6 R Finch, A Scott (Aus)
English duo Phillip Archer and Graeme Storm both shot three under par 69s to remain in strong contention in the Johnnie Walker Classic in India.
Archer had an up-and-down round with six birdies and three bogeys - while Storm defied illness to fire four birdies and one bogey.
The pair are in a three-way tie for fourth place, three strokes behind tournament leader Taichiro Kiyota.
Kiyota made four birdies and an eagle to earn a one-stroke lead.
Storm, 29, said: "I don't know how I got round there today because it's been so hot today and I hardly got any sleep last night.
"I've just done that on adrenaline, I think. I felt so bad and I didn't think I was going to play this morning but I got something off the physios and that seemed to help a little bit.
"I don't know whether it's the food or a bug that's going around because everyone seems to be getting a dose of it. I'm not sure what it is."
India's Jyoti Randhawa carded a four-under 68 to climb into joint second place with New Zealand's Mark Brown.
Brown said: "I've got a very good caddie here; I like the climate; it's nice and dry. My caddie is reading the putts well, and I'm just really comfortable here."
Overnight leader Shiv Kapur, of India, remained on 10 under after a 72 which included six birdies and six bogeys - while Vijay Singh faltered to nine under after bogeys on the 16th and 17th and a three-putt for par at the final hole.
It was a disappointing day for India's Gaurav Ghei, who appeared to have climbed into contention after shooting a seven-under-par 65 to move to nine under.
But he was disqualified after it was revealed that he had signed for a wrong score the previous day.