England out to swell gymnastics haul

After golden glory in both the men's and women's team gymnastics gold Team England are on the hunt for more success in the individual apparatus finals on Monday.

Georgia-Mae Fenton will bid to defend her women's uneven bars crown after qualifying with the top score - while 18-year-old Ondine Achampong, who won all-round silver on Sunday, goes in the vault final.

Scotland have medal hopes in the horizontal bars final, where Shannon Archer qualified with the top score.

Giarnni Regini-Moran and Jake Jarman go for England in the men's floor exercise final, Joe Fraser and Courtney Tulloch compete in the men's rings final and Fraser and James Hall have medal hopes in the men's pommel horse final.

Swimming showdowns

England's Tom Dean and Scotland's Duncan Scott will again go head-to-head in the men's 100 metre freestyle final.

Scott came out on top in Saturday's 200m final and Dean will be out for revenge.

Australia's Emma McKeon will be hunting her fourth gold medal of the Games in the women's 50m butterfly.

Australia, England and Scotland are set to lead the battle for medals in the fiercely contested 4x200m freestyle relay final at 9.16pm.


Paul's medal-laden Games 

Having won Trinidad's first Commonwealth cycling gold since 1966 on Saturday in the men's keirin, and then silver in the men's sprint on Sunday, Nicholas Paul will bid to continue his medal-winning run in the men's 1000m time trial.

Defending time trial champion Matthew Glaetzer, of Australia, shook off the effects of his heavy keirin crash on Saturday to finish fourth in the sprint and will hope to keep his crown.

Dame Laura Kenny leads England's hopes in the women's scratch race, with New Zealand carrying strong chances of medal glory in the men's points race.


McKenzie defends Glasgow gold

English judoka Ashley McKenzie steps on to the mat on the first day of competition as judo returns to the Games programme after being dropped at Gold Coast 2018.

McKenzie is out to regain the -60kg gold medal he won at Glasgow 2014.

England are the most successful nation in judo at the Commonwealth Games with a total of 42 medals (28 golds, eight silvers and six bronzes) since its introduction in 1990.

There are five medals up for grabs at Coventry Arena on Monday.


Gold on the table

The first table tennis gold medal of the Games is up for grabs in the women's team competition.

Singapore take on Malaysia after wins over Australia and Wales respectively on Sunday.