Sir Bradley Wiggins
Wiggins returns to the track for the first time for six years.

Preview of day one 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

Sir Bradley Wiggins: After ruling the road in the Tour de France in 2012, the knight of the realm returns to the track in major competition six years on from his last appearance. The four-time Olympic champion competes in the men's team pursuit against a stellar cast including Australia and New Zealand. Despite beginning his campaign to claim a fifth Olympic gold in Rio in 2016, Wiggins' return will have raised some eyebrows after being dumped by Team Sky but will his return be enough to inspire England to gold?

Event to watch

Men's Triathlon: After a thrilling duel at London 2012, Alistair and Jonny Brownlee go head to head again in the triathlon competition with both ready to put family aside in Glasgow. Alastair prevailed at the Olympics in London and in Kitzbuhel to claim the European title and is the favourite over is younger sibling Jonny, who claimed bronze at the Olympics and has only beaten his brother over the Olympic and Commonwealth distance when Alastair has been suffering from illness or injury. Nevertheless, it could be a cracker at Strathclyde Country Park.

Anything else?

England flag-bearer Nick Matthew begins the defence of his Commonwealth gold from Delhi in the men's squash preliminaries, England's men and women's hockey team start their campaigns while Olympic silver medallist Michael Jamieson goes in pursuit of Scotland's first gold medal of the Games in the 200m breaststroke.

Full schedule

Badminton – Mixed teams group stage - 9am-12pm, 2pm-5pm, 7pm-10pm

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

Cycling – Qualifying - 11am-1:30pm, Finals - 4pm-6:15pm

Gymnastics – Team all-around final – Rotation 2 - 12pm-9:55pm, Team final and individual qualification - 12pm-10:15pm

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

Judo – Women's -48kg qualifying and final, Men's 60kg qualifying and final, Women's -52kg qualifying and final, Men's -66kg qualifying and final, Women's -57kg qualifying and final – 10am-7:45pm

Netball – Pool matches -11:30am-8:30pm

Squash – Men's singles round of 64 & 32, Women's singles round of 64 & 32 - 11am-9:50pm

Swimming – Heats – 10:33am-1pm, Finals – 7pm-9:40pm

Table Tennis – Men's and Women's team group matches – 9:30am-8:25pm

Triathlon – Women's final – 11am-2pm, Men's final – 3pm-5:45pm

Weightlifting – Men's 56kg Group A & B, Women's 48kg Group A – 10am-9:50pm