It promises to be a thrilling penultimate day of action at Birmingham 2022 with a raft of medals available across 11 sports.

With that in mind, picking out just five things is an impossible task, but we've given it a go! 

Home favourite Hudson-Smith's golden shot

Wolverhampton's Matt Hudson-Smith goes for gold in the men's 400m final.

The 27-year-old won bronze in the 400m at the World Championships last month but admitted he had suffered mental health problems during some injury-plagued years and revealed he tried to commit suicide during three years of “absolute hell”.

He has major medal hopes for England in the final at 10.45am.

It is another jam-packed day of Athletics, with 15 gold medals up for grabs. The men's and women's 4x100m relays round off Sunday's morning session.


Road Race 

Australia have their sights fixed on double gold in the men's and women's road races, with Grace Brown and Rohan Dennis bidding to add to their time trial titles at Birmingham 2022.

Brown said: "The aim is double gold. We have got a talented team and a few different options."

Wales also have strong hopes in both races, with Elynor Backstedt in the women's race at 8am and former Tour de France winner Geraint Thomas in the men's race at 12.30pm.

India-Australia final showdown at Edgbaston

Smriti Mandhana's 61 helped India to a four-run win over hosts England on Saturday to book their place in the final of the inagural Commonwealth T20 competition.

England were unable to chase down their target of 165, despite 41 from Nat Sciver, as Sneh Rana held her nerve to seal India's final spot.

Favourites Australia - who narrowly beat India in the opening match of the tournament - saw off New Zealand by five wickets to reach the final.

Women's Hockey 

England captain Hollie Pearne-Webb has urged her team-mates to seize a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to claim Commonwealth gold in front of a home crowd on Sunday.

The hosts will take on Australia in the showpiece match at the Birmingham 2022 Games after goalkeeper Maddie Hinch was again a penalty shoot-out hero in the semi-final win over New Zealand on Friday, making a series of saves as Izzy Petter and Hannah Martin converted their penalties to see England through and guarantee them at least a silver.

The gold medal match begins at 3pm at the University of Birmingham.


Jamaica's 'Sunshine Girls' have their shot at history in the final of the Netball against Australia.

Goal shooter Jhaniele Fowler scored all 54 of her attempts as they booked their place in a Commonwealth Games final for the first time by thrashing world champions New Zealand on Saturday.

Jamaica stunned Australia in the pool stages and will be full of confidence they can do so again.

For Australia, the clash represents a chance to win back the crown they lost to England at Gold Coast 2018 having got revenge over the Roses on Saturday to reach the final.