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Australia will have plenty of chasing to add to their gold medal tally early on Saturday night. [AEST] When the action takes place on Day 9 of the Commonwealth Games.

Australia remain top of the Commonwealth Games medal tally with 50 golds, but England closed with 47 golds to set up a thrilling contest in the final days.

Australia can pocket up to 11 more gold medals on Saturday, with kick-off at 5.30pm. Christina Christian And Ellen Ryan England will face England in the women’s doubles grass bowls final.

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Shortly after 7 p.m., the 18-year-old boy Lydia Yakovleva After finishing seventh (107.150), he will be the final gymnast in the all-around finals on Friday.

The action then heads to the track, where three gold medals are up for grabs in 30 minutes.

It will be first. Eleanor PattersonShe is looking to defend her crown in the women’s high jump final after winning the World Championships in style.

elsewhere, Julie Charlton They will compete in the women’s F55-57 final, while four Australians will go for gold in the women’s 10km race at 7.30pm.

There will be more gold medals in the gymnastics Alexandra Kiroi-Bogatireva He is scheduled to compete in both the ball and club finals.

Those events took place at 7.42pm and 8.22pm respectively, but Kiroi-Bogatireva’s day would not end as she also qualified for the ribbon final at 9.02pm.

Attention then returns to the pool at 8.46pm, with two Australian duos (Madison Kinney/Annabelle Smith And Brittany Aubreyn/Esther Keene) Women’s 3m Synchronized Springboard Diving Final.

A few minutes later, at 8:50, Ben Buckingham And Edward Tripps He will be competing for gold in the men’s 3000m steeplechase final.

The final shot was held in the men’s 1500m Ollie Hore In action and looking to secure ultimate redemption after a disappointing exit from the World Championships.

Hoare was the fastest Australian qualifier to finish first in heat one.

There are two bronze medals Kay Scott The women’s light middleweight boxing semi-finals take to the ring at 8:30 p.m.

Callum Peters The men’s middleweight semifinals will kick off at 9:15 p.m.

Earlier, two Australian couples (Chunyi Feng & Yangzi Liu And Jian Fang Lei & Minhyung G) will participate in the round of 16 in women’s doubles table tennis.

Later in the evening, Liu will continue her bid to become the first Australian to win a Commonwealth Games singles medal when she competes in the semi-finals.

Other highlights include the women’s and men’s 4x100m relay heats and the final grudge match as Australia’s diamond team takes on England in the netball semi-finals.

There’s plenty to look forward to early on Saturday morning, as Australia’s women’s T20 cricket side take on New Zealand in the semi-finals at 3am.

Elsewhere, the quarter-final has a dominant performance. Mariafe Artacho of Sun and Taliqua class One step closer to gold.

Their next challenge will be Vanuatu in the women’s beach volleyball semi-finals at 6pm.

There will also be guaranteed gold in the morning, between all Australian Para table tennis finals Lee and Lee And Qian Yang.

Along the track, there are many high-profile events as well. Alex Haley (hammer throw), Sarah Carly (400m hurdles) Catriona Biset (800m) and Ella Connolly (200m) in their own final.

Full schedule – Day 9

Table Tennis and Para Table Tennis, 1:00 am

Lawn Bowls and Para Lawn Bowls, 1:30 am

Wrestling, 2:00 am

Badminton, 2:30 am

Diving, 3:00 am

Hockey, 3:00 am

Squash, 3:00 am

Athletics and Para Athletics, 3:30 p.m

Beach Volleyball, 4:00 am

Lawn Bowls and Para Lawn Bowl, 5:30 p.m

Hockey, 6:00 p.m

Netball, 6:00 p.m

Table Tennis and Para Table Tennis, 6.30 p.m

Athletics and Para Athletics, 7:00 p.m

Diving, 7:00 p.m

Rhythmic Gymnastics, 7:00 p.m

Boxing, 7:30 p.m

Wrestling, 7:30 p.m

Badminton, 8:00 p.m

Cricket T20, 8:00 p.m

Squash, 9:00 p.m

Boxing, 11:30 p.m

Netball, 11:30 p.m

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