After two medals today, Indian athletes will look for a better performance on the Day 7 of the Commonwealth Games 2018, Australia.
Indian medal hunt will depend on the shooters again as Former World no.1 Jitu Rai will be in action tomorrow again for his 50m men’s pistol event. Jitu has already won a gold in CWG 2018 in 10m men’s pistol event and will look to continue his gold rush tomorrow.
Jitu Rai, Om Mitharval
Shooting (men’s double trap qualification)
Ankur Mittal, Mohd Ashab
Women’s double trap final (6 AM IST)
5 Times World Champion, Mary kom will play her semi-finals bout tomorrow to book a place in “gold medal bout”. Expect from her, 5 other Indian boxers will be paying their quarter-finals bout to ensure themselves atleast a bronze medal.
Women’s 45-48 kg Semi-final 1 (07.32 IST);
MC Mary Kom vs Anusha Dilrukshi Koddithuwakku (Sri Lanka):
Women’s 60 kg Quarter-final 1 (08.02 IST);
Sarita Devi vs Anja Stridsman (Australia)
Men’s 52 kg Quarter-final 1 (09.02 IST);
Gaurav Solanki vs Charles Keama (Papua New Guinea)
Men’s 75 kg Quarter-final 1 (10.02 IST);
Vikas Krishan vs Benny Muziyo (Zambia)
Women’s 51 kg Quarter-final 2 (14.02 IST);
Pinki Rani vs Lisa Whiteside (England)
Men’s 60 kg Quarter-final 1 (15.17 IST)
Manish Kaushik vs Calum French (England)
All eyes would be on 18-year old Hima Das as she will represent India in women’s 400m finals tomorrow, she became the first Indian women to qualify for any track finals today.
Meanwhile, Tejashwin Shankar will also look to eye on medal.
Nellikal V. Neena: Women’s Qualifying Round Group A (14.30 IST);
Tejashwin Shankar: Men’s High Jump FINAL (15.35 IST)
Hima Das: Women’s 400m FINAL (17.15 IST);
With a semi-final place already assured, Indian men’s hockey team will be up against England to decide the Pool B topper.
India vs England: Men’s Pool B (15.00 IST)
Individual matches of badminton will start from tomorrow and many star shuttlers would be in action.
Kidambi Srikanth vs Atish Lubah (Mauritius): Men’s Singles Round of 32;
PV Sindhu vs Andra Whiteside (Fiji): Women’s Singles Round of 32;
India (Ashwini Ponnappa, Satwik Rankireddy) vs England: Mixed Doubles Round of 32;
HS Prannoy vs Christopher Jean Paul (Mauritius): Men’s Singles Round of 32;
Ruthvika Gadde vs Grace Atipaka (Ghana): Women’s Singles Round of 32;
Saina Nehwal vs Elsie de Villiers (South Africa): Women’s Singles Round of 32;
India (N Sikki Reddy, Pranaav Chopra) vs TBD: Mixed Doubles Round of 32
India (Vikram Malhotra, Ramit Tandon) vs Wales: Men’s Doubles Pool F (06.30 IST);
India (Joshna Chinappa, Dipika Pallikal) vs Wales: Women’s Doubles Pool C (08.00 IST);
India (Joshna Chinappa, Dipika Pallikal) vs Malta: Women’s Doubles Pool C (13.30 IST);
India (Joshna Chinappa, Harinder Pal Sandhu) vs Scotland: Mixed Doubles Pool H (15.45 IST)
Krishna Xalxo vs Shannon McIlroy (New Zealand) Men’s Singles Section A – Round 5 (04.30 IST);
India (Lovely Choubey, Rupa Rani Tirkey) vs South Africa: Women’s Pairs Section A – Round 4 (04.30 IST);
India (Farzana Khan, Nayanmoni Saikia, Pinki) vs Canada: Women’s Triples Section A – Round 5 (11.30 IST);
India (Dinesh Kumar, Chandan Kumar Singh, Sunil Bahadur, Alok Lakra) vs Australia: Men’s Fours Section A – Round 3 (11.30 IST);