Preview of day seven 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.
Athletes to watch
Kirani James and Valeria Adams: Two of the most dominant athletes in track and field come to Glasgow with gold in their sights. James, after his Olympic title in London, goes in the 400m but will face competition from Martyn Rooney and Lalonde Gordon. In the women's shot put however, there simply is no competition for New Zealand's Valerie Adams, who goes into the Commonwealth Games unbeaten in her last 47 competitive outings. The Kiwi flag bearer has worked appearing at the Games into her schedule and it will be some sight to see her launching the shot at Hampden.
Event to watch
Scotland v England: With both teams having beaten Wales and Malaysia and lost to Australia in pool B, Wednesday's clash sees the knock-out stage start early as these two rivals square off for a place in the last four. England have looked the more impressiveion their three games, only losing 3-0 to Australia while they plundered eight goals in their other two matches. Scotland have been more methodical than stunning so far but with a home crowd behind them they will be keen to cause a shock.
England's men will look to continue the gold rush in the gymnastics in the All-Around Final, with two members submitted for competition ahead of the individual finals on Thursday. Olympic champion Greg Rutherford goes in the men's long jump final, Nicola Adams looks to secure a medal in the women's fly, England hope to confirm a semi-final place in the netball against Barbados and Tonia Couch and Sarah Barrow compete in the 10m synchro event on the first day of diving in Glasgow.
Athletics – Men's 200m Round 1, Women's Long Jump qualifying, Men's Discus Throw qualifying, Women's High Jump, Men's 400m Hurdles Round 1, Men's 400m Hurdles semi-final, Women's Heptathlon Long Jump, Women's 800m Round 1 – 10pm-12pm
Women's Heptathlon Javelin Throw, Men's High Jump Final, Men's Long Jump Final, Women's 3000m Steeplechase Final, Women's Heptathlon 800m, Women's Javelin Throw Final, Men's 400m Final, Women's Shot Put Final, Men's 800 Semi-Finals, Women's 200m Round 1– 6:30pm-10pm
Badminton – Men's Singles, Women's Singles, Mixed Doubles, Men's Doubles Round of 64 – 10am-4pm
Bowls – Men's Singles, Women's Pairs, Women's Triples, Men's Fours, Open Triples, Women's Triples - 8:45am-4pm
Boxing – Men's Bantam, Men's Heavy, Women's Fly, Men's Light, Men's Light Fly, Men's Welter, Men's Middle, Women's Middle– 1pm-10:30pm
Diving – Men's 1m Springboard preliminary, Women's Synchronised 10m Platform – 9am-11:30am – Men's 1m Springboard Final, Women's Sync 3m Springboard Final – 5am-7:06pm
Gymnastics – Men's All-Around Final, Women's All-Around Final– 12:55pm-4:08pm – Women's All-Around Final 6:30pm-10pm
Hockey – Women's preliminaries – 9am-5:30pm
Netball – Pool matches -9:30am-8:30pm
Squash – Men's, Women's and Mixed doubles singles– 10:30am-12:25pm – Men's Doubles 1pm-1:35pm
Table Tennis –- Mixed Doubles First Round - 11am-1pm, & 4pm-5:35pm Men's Doubles 1pm-1:35pm & 8:40pm-9:10pm, Women's Singles 2pm-2:25pm & 7:10pm-7:55pm
Weightlifting – Men's +75kg, Men's 105kg
Wrestling – Men's 61kg, Men's 97kg, Men's 61kg, Women's 58kg, Women's 53kg, Men's 61kg, Women's 69kg Qualification and Finals – 10am-6pm