2010 COMMONWEALTH GAMES
Venue: Delhi, India Dates: 3-14 October 2010 Coverage: Comprehensive live coverage across BBC TV, radio, online, BBC Red Button, mobile and BBC iPlayer services. Find full
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Pakistan's Haroon Khan will take on Wales' Andrew Selby for flyweight bronze
The Commonwealth Games swimming competition comes to a conclusion on day six with the dominant Australia team eager to finish on a high.
Australia have won 15 golds and have the relays to come, with England hoping to spoil the party on Saturday.
In the athletics, England duo Chris Tomlinson and Greg Rutherford go in the men's long jump final.
Wales' Andrew Selby and Pakistan's Haroon Khan, brother of Amir, will battle for boxing flyweight bronze.
Khan believes he should have been picked for Great Britain's squad after declaring himself the best flyweight fighter in the country.
Selby said: "Haroon's had many chances with the GB squad but he's just ended up getting hurt. I'm not the greatest at sparring but I still did him. He rushes in without thinking and I'll just pick him off."
Younger Khan boxes to win
Khan opted to fight for Pakistan at the Games and said he bore no ill will towards his Great Britain rivals.
The 19-year-old said: "This is the time for me to prove everyone wrong and I'm sure I'll do that."
Meanwhile, Olympic bronze medallist Paddy Barnes of Northern Ireland takes on Australia's Andrew Moloney for a place in the light flyweight quarter-finals.
The fights will take place between 0830-0930 BST.
There are nine swimming finals on the last day of competition in the pool.
England's Simon Burnett is hoping to add a 50m freestyle medal (1130 BST) to the silver he won in the 100m free.
He is also likely to be part of England's 4x100m medley (1321 BST) team, which will battle the might of Australia.
Australia's Leisel Jones will be hoping to win her 10th Commonwealth gold - a feat only achieved by compatriots Susie O'Neill and Ian Thorpe.
Tomlinson suffers injury worry
Nine titles will be decided in the athletics, with England duo Tomlinson and Rutherford going in the men's long jump final (1325 BST).
Tomlinson suffered a foot injury in qualifying but is set to compete after undergoing a medical assessment on his foot.
England's Conrad Williams is the only representative from the home nations taking part in the men's 400m final (1425 BST).
In tennis, England's Ross Hutchins and Ken Skupski will have gold in their sights when they face Australian fourth seeds Paul Hanley and Peter Luczak in the men's doubles final.
Indian anger as England reach doubles final
Before that, India's Sania Mirza will be hoping to cheer the home crowd with victory over top seed Anastasia Rodionova in the women's final.
The mixed doubles final could also take place, with Scotland's Jocelyn Rae and Colin Fleming up against Australians Rodionova and Paul Hanley.
In table tennis, England face Singapore in the men's team final at 1430 BST.
Four golds will be decided in the shooting, three in the wrestling and two in the weightlifting.