Preview of day five 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
Louis Smith: After being unceremoniously dumped from the Great Britain team for the European Championships, Smith returns to competitive action, following yesterday's qualifying, with a point to prove .The pommel horse silver medallist from London 2012 teams up with GB compatriots Kristian Thomas, Sam Oldham and Max Whitlock for England in the men's team event against Scotland's Dan Purvis and Daniel Keatings, all of whom won Olympic bronze two years ago. It promises to be a cracking final which Smith will be keen to make his own.
Event to watch
Men's 110m Hurdles Final: Like several of the track events, this one is wide-open going into the only day of competition. Three morning heats will be followed by the final taking centre stage on Tuesday evening. Among the contenders are England's Will Sharmen, Barbados' Ryan Brathwaite, Jamaica's Hansle Parchment, Wayne Davis of Trinidad and Tobago and Andrew Riley, who is the fastest man in the world this year over the distance and could even approach the world record in Glasgow. The unpredictability of the event along makes this a must see.
The final day of competition in the swimming sees Welsh gold medallist Jazz Carlin go in the 400m freestyle, while England's Daniel Fogg is a leading contender in the 1500m free alongside defending champion Ryan Cochrane. England take on Trinidad and Tobago in the netball and in the men's hockey pool stage England play New Zealand.
Athletics – Men's Decathlon 110m Hurdles, Men's Long Jump Qualifying, Women's Heptathlon 100m Hurdles, Men's Decathlon Discus Throw, Men's 110m Hurdles round 1, Women's 1500m T54 Round 1, Women's Heptathlon High Jump, Men's 1500m T54 Round 1, Women's 400m Hurdles Round 1, Men's 800 Round 1, Men's Decathlon Pole Vault – 10pm-3:30pm
Men's Decathlon Javelin Throw, Women's Triple Jump Final, Women's 10,000m Final, Women's Heptathlon Shot Put, Men's 400m Semi-finals, Women's 400m Final, Men's Hammer Throw Final, Men's 110m Hurdles Final, Men's decathlon 1500m, Women's Heptathlon 200m, Women's 1500m Final– 7pm-10pm
Badminton – Men's Singles, Women's Singles, Mixed Doubles, Men's Doubles Round of 64 – 9am-9pm
Bowls – Men's Singles, Open Triples, Women's Pairs, Men's Fours, Women's Triples, Men's Singles, Women's Pairs - 8:45am-8pm
Boxing – Men's Fly, Men's Super Heavy, Women's Light, Men's Light, Men's Light Welter, Men's Light Heavy, Women's Middle– 1pm-10:30pm
Cycling – Women's Cross-county – 11:30am-1:15pm, Men's Cross-country – 2pm-3:45pm
Gymnastics – Men's Team Final and Individual QF-Sub 5 Day 2 Final- 5:25pm-6:25pm, Woen's Team Final and Individual QF-Sub 5 Day 2 Final – 5:45pm-6:25pm
Hockey – Men's preliminaries – 9:30am-5:30pm
Netball – Pool matches -9:30am-8:30pm
Shooting – 50m Rifle 3 Pos. Men's Qualification, 25m Rapid Fire Pistol Men's Qualification-Stage 2, Trap Men's Qualification – Day 2, Queen's Prize Individual Final – Day 3, 50m Rifle 3 Pos. Women's Qualification, 25m Rapid Fire Pistol Men's Finals, Trap Men's Semi-Finals, Trap Men's Bronze Medal Match, Trap Men's Gold Medal Match, 50m Rifle 3 Position Men's Finals, 50m Rifle 3 Position Men's Finals – 8:30am-6:15pm
Squash – Men's & Women's singles– 11:30am-8pm
Swimming – Heats – 10:33am-11:40pm, Finals – 7pm-9:45pm
Table Tennis – Men's team Bronze Medal Match - 11am-1pm Men's team gold Medal Match – 9:30am-9:10pm
Weightlifting – Men's 94kg, Women's 75kg, Men's 94kg
Wrestling – Men's 74kg, Women's 75kg, Men's 57kg, Men's 74kg, Women's 48kg, Men's 125kg Qualification and Finals