Preview of day eleven 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
Nick Matthew: After successfully defending his singles title, Matthew goes in search of a fourth Commonwealth gold in the men's singles. Having joined a select group on three golds, the England flag bearer could become the most successful squash player in Games history should he defend his doubles title alongside Adrian Grant. Their opponents are Australia duo David Palmer and Cameron Pilley who knocked out fellow-English pair James Willstrop and Darryl Selby in the semi-final.
Event to watch
Australia v New Zealand: The defending champions meet the world No.1 in the netball final. Both teams have a 100% record on their run to the final, while with the pair requiring last gasp goals to beat England earlier in the competition, they are sure to be evenly matched in Glasgow. The final takes place at the 10,000 capacity Hydro, to add to the occasion.
England men's hockey team go for bronze against New Zealand, Emma Pooley rides competitively for the final time in the women's road race, England face England in the badminton mixed doubles final as Chris Langridge and Heather Oliver take on Chris and Gabriel Adcock for gold and Australia's men go for a fifth consecutive gold in the men's hockey final against India.
Badminton – Mixed Doubles Finals, Women's Singles Finals, Men's Singles Finals, Men's Doubles Final, Women's Doubles Final – 10am-3pm
Cycling – Women's Road Race – 8am-11am, Men's Road Race – 12pm-4:40pm
Hockey – Men's Bronze Medal Match – 10am-11:45am, Men's Gold Medal Match – 12:15pm-2pm,
Netball – Bronze Medal Match - 10am-11:45am, Gold Medal Match – 12:30pm-2:15pm
Squash –Mixed Doubles Bronze Medal, Men's Doubles Bronze Medal Match, Mixed Doubles Gold Medal Match, Men's Doubles Gold Medal Match– 11:30am-3:15pm