Monday's Lawn Bowl action starts with the Men's Triples Gold and Bronze medal matches at 08:45. After beating Wales 20-12 in the semi-final, Northern Ireland will play South Africa, who defeated Australia 18-14 in the other semi to set up an engaging contest.
If South Africa are victorious they will retain the Commonwealth title won in Delhi four years ago, though none of the players in that side are present in the current squad.
Depending on other sports' results, it could be the first men's medal of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games for Northern Ireland. It could also be the nation's first Gold of the Games, although they would need to spring a shock to beat the Rainbow Nation.
Australia, Silver medallists at Delhi 2010, will take on Wales in the Bronze medal match.
The second medal event of the day is the Men's Pairs at 12:45, with Scotland and Malaysia meeting in the Gold medal match after they both moved through to the semi-finals on Sunday.
The Bronze medal match will be contested by England and Namibia. A win for Namibia would not only be an upset, it would be their second-ever Commonwealth Games medal in lawn Bowls and the first since 1998.
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