Preview of day three 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
Chad le Clos: London 2012 was made memorable by many things, not least an interview with Bert le Clos which took social media and video sharing websites by storm. It did something for Clare Balding's career too. After taking bronze in the 50m freestyle, Chad Le Clos returns to his natural habitat of the 200m butterfly, the event in which his claimed gold two years ago and which he defends from Delhi in 2010. Fancy Chad's father to grab the headlines however.
Event to watch
England v Australia: An Ashes contest in netball and a potential dress-rehearsal for next week's final. England inflicted a whitewash on Australia and claimed a series win over the world No.1 ranked nation for the first time ever in 2013, but there is much more on the line in Glasgow. With both teams having emphatically beaten Wales, victory here will all-but secure top spot in the pool, and the easier semi-final should they qualify. Add that to the spice of England v Australia on the sporting stage and we could be in for a cracker.
Husband and wife pair Euan Burton, the Scotland flag bearer at the opening ceremony, and England's Gemma Gibbons – among the most memorable medallists from London 2012 in taking silver, compete in the men's -100kg and women's -78kg events respectably. Elsewhere, the Brownleee brothers and Jodie Stimpson and Vicky Holland combine for the debut of the team triathlon event and Zoe Smith goes weightlifting in the women's 58kg category.
Badminton – Mixed teams group stage - 9am-12pm, Mixed teams quarter-final – 6:30pm-11:30pm
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-7:45pm
Boxing – Men's light, Men's light welter, Men's Middle, Men's Light Fly, Men's Light Welter – 1pm-8pm
Cycling – Qualifying - 11am-1:30pm, Finals - 4pm-7pm
Gymnastics – Individual Hoop final, Individual Ball Final, Individual Clubs Final, Individual Ribbon Final – 9:30am-12:15pm -
Hockey – Men's preliminaries - 9am-5:30am
Judo – Men's -90kg qualifying and final, Women's -78kg qualifying and final, Men's -100kg qualifying and final, Women's +78kg qualifying and final, Men's +100kg– 10am-7:45pm
Netball – Pool matches -9:30am-8:30pm
Rugby Sevens – Pool matches – 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-9:50pm
Shooting – 10 Air Pistol men's qualification & finals, Skeet Men's Qualification and finals, 25m Pistol Women's qualification and finals, Queen's Prize Pairs Final – Day 2 – 8:45am-5:55pm
Squash – Men's singles quarter-final, Women's quarter-final – 12:30pm-8:45pm
Swimming – Heats – 10:33am-12:09pm, Finals – 7pm-9:40pm
Table Tennis – Men's and Women's team classification quarter final & semi-final, Men's team quarter-final, Women's team quarter-final & semi-final – 9:30am-8:30pm
Triathlon – Mixed Team replay final – 12:30pm-2pm
Weightlifting – Men's 69kg, Women's 58kg, Women's 63kg, Women's 58kg, Men's 69kg – 10am-9:50pm