Anna Mears
Mears goes for another sprint gold in Glasgow.

Preview of day four of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.

Where to Watch Live

Full coverage of the 20th Commonwealth Games from Glasgow is available on BBC One, BBC Two, BBC Three, BBC Online and BBC Radio Five Live.

Athlete to watch

Anna Mears: Already the most successful female track cyclist in Commonwealth Games history, Mears has the chance to win an 18th major title an add to her Olympic gold in the women's sprint. Australia have dominated in the velodrome and they are guaranteed gold here, with Mears' opponent being Stephanie Morton, the 23 year old from Adelaide. However, expect an old-timer to prevail.

Event to watch

Nick Matthew v Peter Barker: The squash singles gold medallist from Delhi is two matches away from retaining his title but faces fellow-countryman Peter Barker in the last four, who knows how to beat the top seed from Sheffield. "He'll see this as his moment," Matthew told the BBC. "If I give him an inch he'll take a yard." With England smelling a clean sweep of the medals in the men's and women's competition, these two will be keen to grab the headlines.

Anything else?

The athletics begins at Hampden Park, with the Mo Farah-less 5,000m taking centre stage while at the start of the day the men's marathon goes round the streets of Glasgow. Adam Gemili is among three England runners beginning their 100m campaign while at Ibrox, New Zealand seek to claim a fifth straight Commonwealth Games Rugby Sevens gold medal.

Full schedule

Athletics Men's Marathon, Women's Marathon – 9:30am-12:30pm Women's Long Jump T37/38 Final, Men's 100m round 1, Men's Shot Put qualifying, Women's 100m round 1, Women's Hammer Throw Qualifying, Women's 400m round 1, Men's 5000m Final – 2:30pm-5:55pm

Badminton – Mixed teams semi-final 9am-1pm and 6:30pm-10:30pm

Bowls – Men's pairs, Men's triples, Women's fours, Women's singles, Men's Fours, Men's singles - 8:45am-9:45pm

Boxing – Men's fly, Men's light Men's Light Welter, Men's Middle, Men's Light Heavy, Men's Fly, Men's Light, Men's Heavy – 1pm-8pm

Cycling – Qualifying and Finals - 3pm-7pm

Hockey – Women's preliminaries - 9am-5:30pm, Men's Preliminary 7pm-10:30pm

Netball – Pool matches -9:30am-8:45pm

Rugby Sevens – Quarter final, semi-finals and Final – 10:30am-10:30pm

Squash – Men's Plate round of 64 & 32, men's singles round of 16, Women's Singles round of 16, women's plate round of 32 & 16 – 12:30am-9:10pm

Shooting – Queen's Prize Individual Final – Day 1, Double Trap Men's Qualification and Finals, Double Trap Women's finals – 9:45am-2:35pm

Squash – Men's singles semi-final, Women's semi-final – 1pm-8:45pm

Swimming – Heats – 10:33am-1pm, Finals – 7pm-9:50pm

Table Tennis – Men's and Women's team classification final, Men's team semi-final, Women's team final – 9:30am-89pm

Weightlifting – Men's 77kg, Women's 63kg