Having added seven gold medals to the collection on the penultimate day, Australia has one last chance to secure a further four golds on the final day of the Commonwealth Games.
It’s been a tremendously successful Games for the Aussies as they reached the 1000 gold medal milestone and are 11 golds ahead of host nation England in the tally.
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After winning gold in beach volleyball, cricket, diving (twice), road cycling, and javelin, the superstar Diamonds netball team that brought up the incredible milestone by beating Jamaica 55-51 in the women’s netball final.
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There’s plenty of action in the diving as FOUR Aussie teams are a chance of taking out a medal.
The Kookaburras are also in action in the men’s hockey, while an Aussie duo compete for the gold in the women’s doubles final in the table tennis.
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Australia’s first event on the final day comes in the form of the women’s doubles plate final in squash, with Alex Haydon and Jess Turnbull taking on Pakistani duo Faiza Zafar and Amna Fayyaz. The event begins at 7pm (AEST)
Australia’s first medal event will be the mixed synchronised 3m springboard final in the diving.
The action begins at 7.05pm and Australia has two teams competing: Li Shixin will team up with Maddison Keeney while Domonic Bedggood is paired with Anabelle Smith.
Bedgood and Smith have already won the gold in the women’s synchronised 3m springboard and will crave a similar result with their respective partners.
The mixed synchronised 10m platform final commences at 8.19pm and will again feature two Australian teams.
Bedggood returns to the pool alongside Melissa Wu, while Cassiel Rousseau and Emily Boyd are the other Aussie team competing.
Rousseau is coming off an incredible gold in the men’s 10m platform while Wu won the women’s synchronised 10m platform with Charli Petrov.
The Kookaburras face India in the men’s final and is scheduled for 9.30pm.
The Aussies, who have not lost at the Commonwealth Games since 1998 along with six gold medals in the trophy cabinet, will look to continue their mind-boggling streak having beaten host nation England in the semi-final.
In the Kookaburras’ most recent clash against India, the Aussies got the better of them to the tune of 7-1 in a pool match at the Tokyo Olympics.
However, India will no doubt be seeking revenge having overcome South Africa in the other semi-final.
The fourth chance for Australia to win a gold medal arrives in the form of the women’s doubles final as the Aussie pair of Jian Fang Lay and Minhyung Jee will face off against Singapore’s Jian Zeng and Tianwei Feng at 7:10pm.
SCHEDULE (ALL TIMES AEST)
7pm: Women’s doubles plate final, squash (Alex Haydon and Jess Turnbull)
7:05pm: Mixed synchronised 3m springboard final, diving (Li Shixin and Maddison Keeney, Domonic Bedggood and Anabelle Smith)
7:10pm: Women’s doubles final, table tennis (Jian Fang Lay and Minhyung Jee)
8:19pm: Mixed synchronised 10m platform final, diving (Domonic Bedggood and Melissa Wu, Cassiel Rousseau and Emily Boyd)
9:30pm: Men’s hockey final (Kookaburras)
5am (Tuesday): Closing ceremony
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