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CWG 2022, India's Day 6 Schedule: Tejaswin Shankar On Athletics Gold Hunt, Boxers In Focus

CWG 2022: While India will look to add a medal in athletics & weightlifting, eyes will be on Indian women's cricket team as they look to earn a semi-final spot.

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The fifth day of the Commonwealth Games 2022 (CWG 2022) witnessed the India contingent adding two more gold medals to their tally. The women's lawn bowls team clinched a historic gold medal by beating South Africa in the final while the men's table tennis team beat Singapore to retain the crown. The badminton mixed doubles team, however, failed to defend the title after losing to Malaysia in the final while Vikas Thakur won the silver medal in weightlifting.

Day 6 of the Birmingham Games will see India getting a chance to increase their medal tally as athletes will be competing for medals across boxing, weightlifting, squash and athletics events. Lovpreet Singh and Gurdeep Singh will be competing in men's 109kg category in weightlifting while Purnima Pandey will present her challenge in women's 87kg. Indian boxers Nikhat Zahreen, Lovlina Borgohain and Hussam Uddin Mohammed will be in action on Day 6 of the Commonwealth Games 2022 and will be hoping to advance to the next round. 

After crushing Pakistan in the previous match, India's women's cricket will look to beat Barbados in the day-night encounter and qualify for the final four at the CWG 2022. In hockey, both men and women will face Canada and will look to make amends for their previous slip-ups. In athletics, Manpreet Kaur will be in action in the shot put final, while Tejaswin Shankar will be competing for a medal in the high jump final. After the semi-final exit, Saurav Ghosal has a chance to salvage some pride by winning bronze in Birmingham Games. Check out CWG 2022 India Schedule below:

India's Commonwealth Games 2022 schedule on Day 6


Women's Shot Put final 

Manpreet Kaur (Time: 12:35 am on Thursday)

Men's high jump final

Tejaswin Shankar (Time:11.30 pm IST)



45kg-48 kg (minimum weight) quarterfinals 

Nitu Ganghas (Time: 4.45 pm)

48-50 kg (light flyweight) quarterfinals 

Nikhat Zahreen (Time: 11.15 PM)

66-70 kg (light-middleweight) quarter-finals 

Lovlina Borgohain (Time: 12:45 am on Thursday)


54-57 kg (featherweight) quarterfinals 

Hussam Uddin Mohammed (Time: 5:45 pm)

75-80 kg (light heavyweight) quarter-finals 

Ashish Kumar (Time: 2.00 AM on Wednesday)


Women's T20 India versus Barbados (Time: 10:30 PM)


Women's Pool A 

India versus Canada (Time: 3.30 PM)

Men's Pool B 

India versus Canada (Time: 6.30 PM)


Women's 78kg quarter-finals

Tulika Mann (Time: 2:30 PM onwards

Men's 100kg Round of 16

Deepak Deswal (Time: 2:30 PM onwards)

Lawn Bowls

Men's Singles 

Mridul Borgohain (Time: 1:00 PM and 4:00 PM)

Women's Pair 

India versus Niue (Time: 1:00 PM and 4:00 PM)

Men's Four 

India vs Cook Islands (Time: 7.30 PM) 

India vs England (Time: 10:30 PM)

Women's Triple 

India versus Niue (Time: 7:30 PM)


Mixed Doubles Round of 32 

India vs Sri Lanka (Time: 3:30 PM)

Women's Singles - Plate Final

Sunayna Sara Kuruvilla vs Mary Fung-A-Fat (Time: 2:30 PM

Men's singles(Bronze medal)

Saurav Ghosal vs James Willstrop (Time: 9:30 PM) 

Para Table Tennis

Women's Singles 3-5

Bhavina Patel vs Daniela di Toro (Time: 3:10 PM)

Women's Singles 3-5

Sonalben Patel vs Sue Bailey (Time: 3:10 PM)

Women's Singles 6-10

Baby Sahana Ravi vs Faith Obazuaye (Time: 3:10 PM)

Men's Singles 3-5

Raj Alagar vs George Wyndham (Time: 4:55 PM)

Women's Singles 6-10

Baby Sahana Ravi vs Gloria Gracia Wong (Time: 9:40 PM)

Women's Singles 3-5

Bhavina Patel vs Christiana Ikpeoyi (Time: 10:15 PM)

Women's Singles 3-5

Sonalben Patel vs Amanda Jane Tscharke (Time: 10:15 PM)

Men's Singles 3-5

Raj Alagar vs Isau Ogunkunle (Time: 12 AM, Thursday)


Men's 109 kg 

Lovpreet Singh (Time: 2:00 PM)

Women's 87kg 

Purnima Pandey (Time: 6:30 PM)

Men's 109kg 

Gurdeep Singh (Time: 11:00 PM)