Michael Campbell clings on to the lead in the UBS Hong Kong Open at the Hong Kong Golf Course in Fanling China, with a clutch ten foot putt for par at the last hole to retain a share of the lead alongside Miguel Angel Jiménez. Michael Campbell / Getty Images Michael had a third round of -1 under par 69, which he described as scrappy; “Today was sort of scrappy; apart from a couple of drives, it was pretty average really. But once again, I just managed to grind out a score, which is very important with me not playing so well. I turned a 73 into a 69, which is always nice. I've still got a chance to win tomorrow, and that's what I wanted to do after three rounds , give myself an opportunity to go out there and hopefully lift the UBS Hong Kong Open trophy. Once again Miguel is playing great golf, and he's won this twice before and he's the man to beat.It's going to be a very interesting day tomorrow and it's going to be I think a lot of fun. It will be nice to be a part of it.” Miguel Angel Jiménez is tied at the top of the leaderboard with his third round effort of -2 under par 68, for his -10 under par tournament score, the Ryder Cup Vice Captain, and twice winner of this Trophy is happy to be in contention again; " I love to be in contention, it's been a long time since I've been there and I'm happy and I like this golf course. I like to be in contention on this golf course and you have to have patience and let everything happen. That's what's going to happen tomorrow, stay patient because anyone can win.” Miguel Angel Jiménez / Stuart Franklin / Getty Images Lian-wei Zhang of China is tied in third place with teenage sensation Matteo Manassero of Italy, who won last week at the Barclays Singapore Open. Matteo has cheekily crashed the party of the veterans at the top of the leaderboard. Lian-wei Zhang will become the third oldest winner on the Asian Tour at 47 years and 171 days if he completes his dream ‘Chinese Slam' on Sunday. Matteo had a third round of -6 under par, 64, and has certainly made his presence felt. The 19 year-old Italian is looking for his fourth Tour win and is in form, he said; " I played well throughout the whole round, I had a really good practise yesterday and today I have to say, I struck the ball really well. I had plenty of chances, and on the back nine I really had some short putts for birdie and I made a few good ones. Last week really made me relax a lot on the golf course, and these three rounds and my position coming into this Sunday is certainly due to and what happened last week, I've got more freedom." Matteo Manassero, a rare missed putt/ Getty Images The leaderboard is pretty tightly packed and anyone who shoots a low round tomorrow could win this tournament. I would like to see Michael Campbell take home the Trophy, but Miguel is a determined character and Matteo just oozes class. It will be a fascinating days play.