Commonwealth Games: What to expect - day four

New Zealand's Scott Curry, center, and D J Forbes, left, in action against Canada during the Games. Photo / AP
New Zealand's Scott Curry, center, and D J Forbes, left, in action against Canada during the Games. Photo / AP

The judo competition is over, but velodrome is still likely to be a source for New Zealand medals on day four of the Commonwealth Games.

Judokas and track cyclists have won all 14 of New Zealand's medals to date.

The successful Kiwi sprinters will conclude their campaign in Glasgow tonight with the keirin, which is the event Simon van Velthooven claimed bronze in at the London Olympics.
Points race gold medallist Tom Scully is also back in action in the scratch race.

The All Blacks Sevens face Kenya in the quarter-finals tonight as they continue their quest for a fifth straight Commonwealth Games gold, while New Zealanders are also in contention for lawn bowls medals.

New Zealand's leading swimmer Lauren Boyle is also back in the pool in one of her favoured events, the 800m freestyle.

See a full list of the New Zealanders in action tonight here

- Newstalk ZB

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