Joe Fraser and James Hall get back on the horse while Adam Peaty searches for an answer

Joe Fraser and James Hall will be chasing glory in Monday’s Commonwealth Games pommel final, while Adam Peaty searches for a medal after finishing fourth in the 100m breaststroke.

Here the PA news agency sees what’s to come on Day 4 in Birmingham.

Get up from an injury

James Hall won silver in the men’s all-around final on day three at Arena Birmingham (Zac Goodwin/PA)

(PA wire)

Joe Fraser and James Hall will look to put their injury woes behind them and add to their medal tally on day one of the Apparatus Finals at the Arena Birmingham. Fraser helped his team to gold despite a broken foot, while Hall settled for an all-around silver despite a painful ankle injury. Fraser and Hall take on favorite Rhys McClenaghan of Northern Ireland in the men’s pommel final.

Smith and Davies medal hunt

Zoe Smith is on the hunt for more medals (Martin Rickett/PA)

(PA Archive)

Zoe Smith and Sarah Davies are seeking more weightlifting medals for England. Smith, winner of Glasgow in 2014, is aiming for her fourth place, while Davies is looking to go one step better than the silver medals she won at the Gold Coast four years ago and at the 2021 World Championships.

Peaty is walking again

Adam Peaty swims the 50m breaststroke (David Davies/PA)

(PA wire)

Adam Peaty has little time to recover from his fourth-place finish in the 100m breaststroke as he goes halfway again in the morning heats and then into the semifinals in the evening. Elsewhere, it’s Tom Dean vs. Duncan Scott, part two, in the men’s 100m freestyle final. Scott won the 200m at the weekend so Dean will be looking to level the scores in Birmingham.

image of the day

Scotland’s Sam Hickey and St Lucia’s Kyghan Mortley battle each other (Peter Byrne/PA)

(PA wire)

social media moment

Highlights of the third day

Jake Jarman won gold against teammate James Hall (Zac Goodwin/PA)

(PA wire)

Jake Jarman beat teammate Hall to win gold in a dramatic men’s all-around gymnastics final at Arena Birmingham. In the pool, James Wilby took gold in the men’s 100m breaststroke ahead of the previously unbeatable Peaty.

https://www.independent.co.uk/sport/adam-peaty-england-tom-dean-social-media-duncan-scott-b2135309.html Joe Fraser and James Hall get back on the horse while Adam Peaty searches for an answer

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