Great Britian moved within one victory of a first Davis Cup title in nearly 80 years as brothers Andy and Jamie Murray claimed a four-set victory in the doubles in Belgium.
The Belgians brought in their number one singles player David Goffin, who came back to beat Kyle Edmund on day one, to partner Steve Darcis for this crucial rubber, and while the world number 16 played an excellent match he was outshone by British number one Andy Murray.
The Scot, who beat Ruben Bemelmans on Friday, was the only player not to drop serve in an electric 6-4 4-6 6-3 6-2 triumph on the clay in Ghent.
One more win for the world number two, over Goffin in the reverse singles on Sunday, would give Britain a first Davis Cup title since 1936.
And there would be no more fitting way to clinch it, with Andy looking to become only the fourth man to win 11 rubbers in a year.