Canada's Boudreau-Gagnon won two golds in Melbourne
Canada are the dominant force in Commonwealth Games synchronised swimming and there is no reason for that to change in Delhi.
Of the 12 gold medals up for grabs since the event was added to the schedule in 1986, Canadians have won all 12.
Defending champion Marie-Pier Boudreau-Gagnon goes into the solo as clear favourite, with England's Jenna Randall looking set to match her
second-place finish in Melbourne four years ago
Australia's Tarren Otte will be also fancied for a medal.
Marie-Pier Boudreau-Gagnon took duet gold with Isabelle Rampling in 2006, but this time she aims to retain her title with Chloe Isaac; the duet are hot favourites.
England's Jenna Randall and Olivia Allison will be looking for a podium this time after missing out in Melbourne by just 0.5. The pair are in fine form after a superb fifth at the Europeans in Budapest earlier in the summer.
Australia's Eloise Amberger and Sarah Bombell will also be in the hunt for a medal.