Rose will be in the last duo out today at 2:45 pm (1845 GMT) with Garcia just after Rickie Fowler and 2015 Masters victor Jordan Spieth, who climbed up the leaderboard with a 68.
Olazabal left a motivational message for Garcia before the tournament, and if Ballesteros were alive, Garcia believes his message going into the final round would have been to believe in himself and enjoy the day.
Sergio Garcia, golf's resident nearly-man, is the 54-hole co-leader with 2013 U.S. Open victor Justin Rose.
Spieth had been the 54-hole leader in his first three Masters starts but must rally to win this one or even sustain his run of top-two-only finishes.
"I'm in a great position". "Rickie's going to be searching for his first major".
And his Ryder Cup teammate Sergio Garcia, who will "have a great opportunity". "Everybody has a story line [including] past champions who are right there, as well". "I don't even know how much it would mean to join both of my idols as a Masters victor", Garcia said, struggling to find the right words to express the place those World Golf Hall of Fame members have in his heart and soul. Just his luck, the ball bounced softly off the bank and stayed up, and from there the Spaniard hit a tough chip to tap-in range to turn potential bogey into a birdie.
Holywood golfer Rory McIlroy has said he will need to match his best ever score at Augusta if he is to win the Masters. And if I don't, then so be it.
"I have an opportunity".
"I feel I've played really well all week but now things have finally begun to click and I'm having my run".
Spieth was tied with Ryan Moore (69) and Charley Hoffman, who led for much of the day until he put his tee shot into the water on the par-3 16th and made double bogey. He will be paired with Jordan Spieth (4-under) in the final round.
The fun will continue on Sunday when Fowler will play with good friend and compatriot Jordan Spieth and he credits hard work with his fitness trainers for his increased comfort levels.
"I've kind of known that I've been playing well and been thinking well and making good decisions". But he was still in a four-way tie for the lead, and it looked as though he had regained his form when he birdied two of the first four holes Saturday. But the top of the leaderboard entering Sunday's final round at the Masters is a marketer's dream, loaded with some of golf's biggest stars. Just behind them on the leaderboard will be the pairing of Rickie Fowler (5-under) and Jordan Spieth (4-under).
"So all that went through my head", Spieth said. "I plan to play aggressive at this point". "You're going to have to go out and play a good round of golf, and I think there's going to be four or five guys pretty much with the same mindset tomorrow".
Garcia, who once complained the golf gods conspired against him when he lost a playoff in the 2012 British Open, had the gods on his side Saturday in Amen Corner.
Fowler spent his time in the next-to-last group hitting fairways and greens. He shot a respectable 71 but lost ground and is six shots back in his pursuit of the final leg of a career Grand Slam.
"Might free me up a bit, being behind", he said after shooting a 4-under 68. "At the end of the day, that's part of the game".
On the fourth hole, a par three, he put his tee shot 15 feet from the pin and made the putt.
Adam Scott, the 2013 Masters champion, posted his second consecutive 69 and is alone in seventh at 3-under 213.
Hoffman finished the round with a 72, not quite the move he was hoping for on Moving Day.