The U.S. heads into the afternoon session facing a massive 9½-2½ deficit, having lost the morning foursomes 3-1. Johnson has decided to shuffle his pack again for the afternoon session as the U.S. attempts to claw back some of the difference and left out world No. 1 Scheffler and five-time major winner Koepka.
The two suffered a record defeat Saturday morning as they lost 9 and 7 to Viktor Hovland and Ludvig Aberg in foursomes. It was the heaviest defeat suffered by a pair in Ryder Cup history across 18 holes in four-balls or foursomes.
Television cameras picked up Scheffler in tears at the 11th as he came to terms with the defeat. He has won just a half point in the competition after he and Koepka tied with Jon Rahm and Nicolai Hojgaard on Saturday.
The announced pairings mean just Max Homa from the American side will play in all five sessions. On the Europe side, Luke Donald has opted to rest Rahm, with Rory McIlroy and Hovland the only two playing all five for the hosts.
Viktor Hovland and Ludvig Aberg vs. Sam Burns and Collin Morikawa