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The action will hot up on fifth day of the XIXth Commonwealth Games as a total of 43 gold medals will be up for grabs in various disciplines.


New Delhi, Oct 8 : The action will hot up on fifth day of the XIXth Commonwealth Games as a total of 43 gold medals will be up for grabs in various disciplines.

India's star on day fourth with two gold medals Gurpreet Singh has a chance to increase his tally to four, as he will compete in the 10m Air Pistol Men singles and 25 m Rapid Fire Pistol Men events.

He can expect tough competition from compatriots and gold medal winners Vijay Kumar and Omkar Singh.

The women's archery team in the recurve competition will battle to make it to the finals and win more medals for the hosts as the compound team did on Thursday.

Swimming has 10 medals at stake. In boxing too, Olympic bronze medallist Vijender Singh will be in action along with Jai Bhagwan as they will try and maintain the Indian pugilists' perfect start to the competition.

The Indian women's hockey team will take on minnows Trinidad and Tobago while squash will see the likes of Dipika Pallikal and Joshna Chinappa.

Gold medals at stake on fifth day: Swimming (11) Archery (2) Athletics (8) Badminton (1) Cycling (3) Gymnastics (5) Shooting (5) Squash (2) Table-tennis (1), Weightlifting (2), Wrestling (3).

Following is Friday's complete schedule of Indian participation:

Swimming: 50m Freestyle Men: Aaron Agnel Dsouza, Arjun Jayaprakash, Virdhawal Vikram Khade, Anshul Kothari.

200m Backstroke Women: Arti Bajarang Ghorpade, Ananya Panigrahi.

1500m Freestyle Men: Mandar Anandrao Divase, Ullalmath Adaveeshaiah Pu Gagan.

400m Freestyle Women: Surabhi Tipre.

200m Individual Medley Men: Agnishwar Jayaprakash, Rehan Jahangir Poncha.

4 x 100m Freestyle Relay Women: Pooja Raghava Alva, Shubha Chittaranjan, Ghorpade Arti Bajarang, Talasha Satish Prabhu, Sneha Thirugnanasambandam, Surabhi Tipre.

Archery: Recurve Team Women Semifinals: Dola Banerjee, Deepika Kumari, Bombayala Devi Laishram

Athletics: Decathlon 110m Hurdles: JOSEPH Vinod Pulimoottil, Bharat Inder Singh

110m Hurdles Men: Muthuswamy Pandi, Siddhanth Thingalaya

800m Men: Manjit,Pankaj Dimri,Francis Sagayaraj Pathi

Boxing: Light Weight (60kg) Men: Jai Bhagwan

Welter Weight (69 kg) Men: Dilbag Singh

Middle Weight (75kg) Men: Vijender Singh

Super Heavy Weight (+91 kg): Paramjeet Samota

Cycling: 3000m Individual Pursuit Women: Ch. Rameshwori Devi, Mahitha Mohan, P.O. Sayona

Team Sprint Men: Rajesh Chandrashekhar, Amrit Singh, Bikram Singh

Hockey: Women Group A: Trinidad and Tobago vs India

Lawn bowls: Triples Men:India vs Scotland, India vs Canada

Pairs Women: India vs Canada, India vs New Zealand

Triples Women: Namibia vs India, India vs New Zealand

Pairs Men: Jersey vs India, England vs India

Squash: Men's Singles: Saurav Ghosal, Sandeep Jangra, Harinder Pal Sandhu, Siddharth Suchde

Women's Singles: Anaka Alankamony, Joshna Chinappa, Surbhi Misra, Dipika Pallikal,Anwesha Reddy

Shooting: Singles 10m Air Pistol Men: Gurpreet Singh, Omkar Singh

25 m Rapid Fire Pistol Men: Vijay Kumar, Gurpreet Singh.

ANI

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