By Matt Smith
Friday’s LIV Golf Miami Team Championship quarter-finals threw up some eye-catching clashes, but none more so than Phil Mickelson’s Hy Flyers going up against Cameron Smith’s Punch team.

Brooks Koepka’s Smash take on Harold Varner’s Niblicks, Ian Poulter’s Majesticks face the Iron Heads of Kevin Na, while Martin Kaymer and the Cleeks battle Joaquin Niemann’s Torque in the knockout competition to see who advances to the semi-finals.

Take a look at the match-ups.

EXPLAINER: LIV Golf Team Championship: How it works

For each head-to-head team match-up, three matches will take place: two singles matches and one alternate-shot (foursomes) match. All 32 players will compete simultaneously in a shotgun start and matches will be played until a winner is determined. Each match winner receives one point, and the first team to earn two points will advance to Saturday’s semi-finals.

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