Justin Rose and Marc Warren take control of the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open at Royal Aberdeen. Justin Rose / Getty Images Justin carded a -5 under par 66 to post -10 under par total, while Marc scored -4 under par 67 to match that overall score of -10 under par. They enjoy a one shot lead going into the final day on Sunday at Royal Aberdeen, in Scotland. Justin is really warming to the task of winning this tournament; "I came here on Wednesday and felt absolutely horrendous but the last couple of days I have been finding my feet again and that's part of the reason for playing here." "Today and my second round at Congressional are two of the best rounds I have played all year. I'm really happy with the way the game has progressed throughout the week." "It would be great to win tomorrow. I'm on a nice run at the moment and to keep it going would be fantastic. I'm still really enjoying the links golf and I think that's what I came here to do, just keep playing the game and keep trying to work out the shots." "But obviously there will come a point tomorrow where you have to win a golf tournament. I'm looking forward to it. I said at the beginning of the week, just to be in contention this week and sharpening your skills under pressure will be a fantastic opportunity going into the Open next week." "It would definitely hold its own amongst the courses I have won on. That's definitely been my M.O. recently; of the tournaments I've managed to win they have all been on pretty stout tests. I'd take pride in winning on a links course for sure." Marc enjoy's being the Scott in with a chance; "For us Scottish guys it doesn't get much better than this. It's our fifth Major. I've been in this situation before, so once the gun goes I'll be ready to do my job." "On the front nine I played really well, really in control of what I was doing. It was a little bit scrappy towards the end there but I'm tied going into tomorrow and playing with a Major Champion. I'm in a great position, a very exciting position as well." "Winning's never easy. It always seems to be the most difficult thing but if you're going to go through a couple of tough holes, it's great to have the home fans behind you, just give that you one per cent that you need to go over the finishing line." Kristoffer Broberg is alone in third spot at -9 under par with a -3 under par 68 third round.