Marcus Fraser carded a third-round 65 to take a one-shot lead into the final day of the Hong Kong Open on Sunday.
The Australian got his session off to a poor start after bogeying the opening hole in Fanling today.
However, Fraser, a two-time winner on the European Tour, recovered and sank six birdies en route to finishing his round on 11-under, one stroke clear of compatriot Scott Hend.
Foster endured a slow opening to his round after his front nine comprised of two bogeys and seven pars.
He got into the swing of things on the back nine, however, as the 39-year-old birdied seven of the last eight holes to put himself in contention for a second European Tour title - and first in 11 years.