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PremierLeague-News.Com - The Commonwealth Games finish on Monday but we still have plenty of medal hopes to beat Australia
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A rather successful Commonwealth Games in Birmingham is drawing to a close next Monday but let us not write it off before it has begun. Before then, Team England still has tens of events with medal hopes. England is currently sitting at second place on the medal table, with 42 gold medals. Australia are ahead with 50 gold medals but with so many England finals still to take place, could we sneak the win in the final weekend? Last night, England’s Netball team beat New Zealand to top their group and will now face Australia in the semi-finals on Saturday. Meanwhile both our men and women’s hockey teams will compete in semi-finals over the next couple of days. Read more: Adam Peaty says Strictly Come Dancing stint may have played a part in Commonwealth Games loss Here is the full schedule of Team England to watch in semi-finals and finals over the last few days, based on the events already decided at the time of writing. Let’s bring home some more medals! Saturday, August 6 10:17 - Women’s High Jump final (Morgan Lake, Laura Zialor and Emily Borthwick) 10:30 - Women’s Minimumweight Boxing semi-final (Demie-Jade Resztan) 10:30 - Men’s Freestyle 57kg Wrestling final (Harvey Ridings) 10:30 - Men’s Freestyle 74kg Wrestling final (Charlie Bowling) 11:00 - Cricket T20 semi-final (England v India) 11:00 - Men’s Flyweight Boxing semi-final (Kiaran Macdonald) 11:46 - Women’s Diving Synchronised 3m Springboard final (Alicia Blagg and Rebecca Gallantree) 12:00 - Men’s Middleweight Boxing semi-final (Lewis Richardson) 12:30 - Men’s Light-Middleweight Boxing semi-final (Aaron Bowen) 13:10 - Men’s 1500m final (Elliot Giles and Matthew Stonier) 14:30 - Netball semi-final (England v Australia) 14:30 - Women’s Boxing Light-Flyweight sem-final (Savannah Alfia Stubley) 15:30 - Women’s Lightweight Boxing semi-final (Gemma Paige Richardson) 17:00 - Men’s Boxing Heavyweight semi-final (Lewis Williams) 18:15 - Men’s Table Tennis Singles finals (Jack Hunter-Spivey) 19:00 - Women’s Hammer Throw final (Anna Purchase) 19:30 - Women’s 400m Hurdles final (Jessie Knight) 19:34 - Women’s Diving Synchronised 10m Platform final 19:45 - Women’s Table Tennis Singles finals (Sue Bailey) 19:45 - Women’s 800m final (Alexandra Bell and Keely Hodgkinson) 21:00 - Men’s Boxing Super-Heavyweight semi-final (Delicious Orie) Sunday, August 7 09:30 - Men’s Table Tennis Singles finals (Ross Wilson) 10:25 - Women’s 100m Hurdles final (Michelle Harrison) 19:05 - Women’s Long Jump final (Abigail Irozuru, Lorraine Ugan and Jazmin Sawyers) Monday, August 8 10:05 - Mixed Diving Synchronised 3m Springboard final 11:19 - Mixed Diving Synchronised 10m Platform final Bear in mind there will be many, many more medal events for England than even listed here, but they are relying on earlier rounds which are yet to be played out.
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. You can watch all of the games either live on BBC One, BBC Two or BBC Three or search specific events on Iplayer. You can see the full TV schedule for the Commonwealth Games here . Read more about the Commonwealth Games Take a look at our ultimate guide for the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham - with everything you need to know. Enjoy a lasting reminder of Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games with our 48-page souvenir edition of Birmingham Mail - click here to order your copy . Wave a virtual flag for Team England or your Commonwealth Games team. Send your message of support here Click here for more stories, pictures and video on Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.
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