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England, Australia and New Zealand eye Gold

Only England, Australia and New Zealand remain in the Gold medal hunt in the Men's Doubles, Woman's Doubles and Mixed Doubles Squash competitions as the sport concludes its programme on Wednesday at the Siri Fort Sports Complex.

Men's Doubles:

Top seeds Nick Matthew and Adrian Grant (ENG) will play second seeds Stewart Boswell and David Palmer (AUS) in the Final.

Both pairs have played high quality Squash en route to the final with Matthew and Grant (ENG) beating the likes of Malton Blair and Alex Frazer (CAY), Shawn Delierre and Robin Clarke (CAN) and Malaysia's Mohamad Azlan Iskandar and Mohd Nafiizwan Adnan (MAS) in earlier matches.

Boswell and Palmer (AUS) have beaten Pakistani duo Aamir Atlas Khan and Farhan Mehboob (PAK), plus Gye Duncan and Duncan Gray (NFK).

Boswell looks for the elusive Men's Doubles Gold medal in this installment of the Games after taking the Silver in both 2006 and 2002.

In the Bronze medal match, Ryan Cuskelly and Cameron Pilley (AUS) face Alan Clyne and Harry Leitch (SCO).

Women's Doubles:

England's Jenny Duncalf and Laura Massaro (ENG) will fight it out for a Gold medal with Jaclyn Hawkes and Joelle King (NZL).

Both pairs have been in good form heading into the final with Duncalf and Massaro upsetting top seeds Kasey Brown and Donna Unquhart (AUS) and defeating Khaaliqa Nimji and Safina Madhani (KEN) in earlier matches.

Hawkes and King (NZL) have beaten Tania Bailey Sarah Kippax (ENG) and Zephanie Curgenven and Issey Norman-Ross (GGY) in the run up to the final.

Brown and Unquhart (AUS) play Lisa Camilleri and Amelia Pittock (AUS) for the Bronze medal.

Mixed Doubles:

It's New Zealand against Australia in the Mixed Doubles final as Joelle King and Martin Knight (NZL) play Kasey Brown and Cameron Pilley (AUS).

King and Knight (NZL) have beaten Nicol David and Ong Beng Hee (MAS) and Safina Madhani and Hartaj Bains (KEN) to make it to the final.

Brown and Pilley (AUS) defeated Samantha Cornett and Robin Clarke (CAN) and Donna Unquhart and David Palmer (AUS) earlier in the competition.

In the Bronze medal match, David and Ong will play Unquhart and Palmer.