Team England will be packing plenty of punch on day 10 of the games with seven members of the boxing squad stepping inside the ring for their gold medal bouts.

Topping the bill is super-heavyweight Frazer Clarke who fights India’s Satish Kumar. Clarke claimed a silver medal in the 2017 European Championships with a torn-hamstring, but tomorrow a fully fit Clarke will have strong claims for gold.

Elsewhere inside the ring, it’s a battle of the home nations with three of our finalists coming up against Northern Irish opposition. Pat McCormack faces Aiden Walsh, Peter McGrail has a clash with Kurt Walker and Lisa Whiteside faces Carly McNaul. Paige Murney, Galal Yafai and Sandy Ryan also compete in gold medal fights.

In hockey, both the men’s and women’s teams compete in the bronze medal matches, with India the opponents in both ties.

On the squash court we have an all English semi-final in the men’s doubles  - guaranteeing England further silverware. Daryl Selby and Adrian Waller will be teaming up to take on the pairing of James Willstrop and Declan James. Willstrop will be looking to add a second gold to his Gold Coast tally, after successfully capturing the men’s single’s medal earlier in the week.

Selby’s also back in action later in the day alongside Alison Waters in the mixed doubles bronze medal match, while Laura Massaro and Sarah-Jane Perry team up in the women’s doubles semi-final.

There won’t be much sleep for roommates Kim Daybell and Ross Wilson as they find themselves facing each other in tomorrow’s men’s TT6-10 table tennis singles gold medal match. Also taking to the tables are the pairing of Paul Drinkhall and Liam Pitchford in the men’s doubles gold medal final.

After their emphatic semi-final victory against Canada earlier today, the women’s basketball team have a chance of making history in their gold medal final versus Australia.

Over in the Carrara stadium it’s another busy day of athletics action with England represented in both the men’s and women’s 4 x 100m relay finals. England’s women also line up in the women’s 4x400m relay final.

Bethan Partridge and Morgan Lake compete in the women’s high jump final and Nathan Douglas competes in the men’s triple jump final.

Tomorrow also sees the men’s and women’s road races take place and in badminton England are represented in five of the 10 semi-final matches. 

Key timings (BST)

Cycling – Women’s Road Race                           22:45

Hockey – Women’s Bronze Medal Match          01:30

Badminton – Women’s Doubles Semi Final       02:00

Squash - Men's Doubles Semi Final                   02:00

Squash – Women’s Doubles Semi Final             03:00

Boxing - Women's 51kg Final                             03:17

Cycling – Men’s Road Race                                03:30

Boxing – Women's 60kg Final                            03:32

Boxing - Men's 46-49kg Final                             03:47

Table Tennis - Men's TT6-10 Singles Final          05:05

Athletics – Women’s High Jump Final                05:25

Athletics – Men’s 4 x 100m Relay Final              05:40

Athletics – Women’s 4 x 100m Relay Final         05:57

Netball – Women’s Semi Final                          06:02

Athletics – Men’s triple jump final                    06:15

Athletics – Women’s 4x400m Relay Final          07:38

Squash – Mixed Doubles Bronze Medal Match  09:00

Boxing - Women's 69kg Final                             09:47

Hockey – Men’s Bronze Medal Match               10:00

Boxing - Men's 56kg Final                                  10:39 

Boxing - Men's 69kg Final                                  11:04

Table Tennis - Men's Doubles Final                   11:45

Boxing - Men's +91kg Final                                12:17