Team Nigeria will be hoping to finally get on the medals table on Monday as the Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, Australia enters Day 4 of action.

While 'small' nations like Samoa, Fiji and even Uganda are already on the medals' table, the most populous black country, Nigeria is still missing.

Hopefully, that may change today as there will be finals in the men's shot-put, 100m and Para Athletics where Goodness Duru will be representing Nigeria in the Women's F46 Javelin throw at the Carrara Stadium. 

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Seye Ogunlewe and Enoch Adegoke qualified on Sunday for the Men's 100m final while Samson Nathaniel and Chidi Okezie will compete in the 400m men's semi final.

Elsewhere at the Oxemford Studios, Nigeria's Millicent Agboegbulem will be up against Elizabeth Andiego of Kenya in the quarter final of women's 75kg boxing weight class while Lukmon Lawal faces Uganda's Regarn Singwa in the men's 81kg round of 16.

The men's Table Tennis team will take on England in the semi final and depending on the result, the side will either play for a bronze medal finish or fight for the gold medal at the Oxemford Studios by Monday evening.