David Lekuta Rudisha

Preview of day eight 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

David Rudisha: The most dominant track athlete in the world takes centre stage in Glasgow in the men's 800m final. The Kenyan broke the world record at London 2012 and will hope to add Commonwealth gold to his world and Olympic titles. The remaining competitors will merely make up the numbers against the 25 year old, who could once again go close to the one minute 40 seconds mark. Here's hoping.

Event to watch

Men's Pommel Horse Final: After claiming a second gold in the all-around final, Max Whitlock is back searching for a third title in Glasgow but faces competition from the man returning to British athletics. Louis Smith has already played a role in winning team gold and in his specialist event is the leading contender for gold. Scotland's Daniel Keatings, who already has two silver medals at the Games, is also is contention.

Anything else?

Emma Pooley competes for the penultimate time in major competition in the women's road time trial alongside Joanna Rowsell, Adam Gemili goes for another sprint medal in the men's 200m, England men's hockey team face Canada for a place in the semi-final and England square off against Scotland for bronze in the Open Triples lawn bowls

Full schedule

Athletics – Men's Discus Throw Final, Women's 200m semi-finals, women's Pole Vault Qualifying Rounds, Men's 200m Semi-finals, Women's 800m Semi-finals, Women's Long Jump Final, Women's 1500m T54 final, Men's 1500m T54 Final, Women's Discus Throw Qualifying Rounds, Men's 800m Final, Men's 400m Hurdles Final, Women's 400m Hurdles Final, Women's 400m Hurdles Final, Women's 200m Final, Men's 200m Final, Women's 100 Hurdles Round 1 – 6pm-9:40pm

Badminton – Men's Doubles Round of 16, Women's Singles Round of 16, Men's Singles Round of 16, Women's Triples, Men's Fours, Women's Triples– 8:45pm-6:30pm

Bowls – Men's Singles, Open Triples, Women's Pairs Quarter-final, Men's Fours Quarter-final - 8:45am-4pm

Cycling – Women's Individual Time Trial – 10am-11:40am, Men's Individual Time Trial – 12:30pm-3:23pm

Diving – Men's 3m Springboard preliminary, Women's 10m Platform Preliminary – 10am-1:16pm – Men's 3m Springboard Final, Women's 10m Platform Final – 6pm-8:51pm

Gymnastics – Men's Floor Final, women's Vault Final, Men's Pommel Horse Final, Women's Uneven Bars Final, Men's Rings Final 3pm-6:45pm

Hockey – Men's preliminaries , Women's Classification– 9am-11pm

Netball – Clasification matches -9:30am-8:30pm

Squash – Men's, Women's and Mixed doubles round of 16– 11:30am-9pm

Table Tennis –- Mixed Doubled Fourth Round, Women's Doubles First Round, Men's Doubles, Women's Singles, Men's Singles – 9:30am- 9pm

Weightlifting – Men's +105kg

Wrestling – Men's 65kg, Men's 86kg, Women's 55kg, Women's 63kg – 10am-5:45pm