Men's and women's Pairs medals will be fought out on the bowling greens, while quarter finals spots are up for grabs in the Singles tournament on day seven of the Lawn Bowls.
Australia's Karen Murphy will bowl for gold in the Women's Pairs.
Australian Kelvin Kerkow faces a must-win against Ieremia Leautuli of Samoa if he is to progress. In another classic match-up, Darren Burnett of Scotland will be pushed hard by Caucau Tirababeci of Fiji.
Two other games that will create interest are Namibian Douw Calitz against Peter Juni of Papua New Guinea, who defeated Kerkow in the previous game, and New Zealand's Russell Meyer who will have to play at his best against Canadian Ryan Bester.
In the women's section Australian Maria Rigby and Elizabeth Morgan of Wales, both yet to be defeated in the tournament, go head-to-head.
Joanna Edwards of New Zealand - a surprise loser in the previous round - will not have it all her own way against the unbeaten Litia Tikoisuva of Fiji.
The gold medal play-off in the women's Pairs should produce a top-grade match with Scotland's Joyce Lindores and Kay Moran taking on Australians Lynsey Armitage and Karen Murphy.
Jersey, represented by Suzanne Dingle and Gaynor Thomas, should have a great tussle against the Khan sisters Jan and Marina of New Zealand in the women's Pairs bronze medal play-off.
The men's Pairs Final will be contested by England, represented by Mark Bantock and Ian Bond, and Scotland with Alec Marshall and Paul Foster.
Australia, who struggled against England, will have to play a lot better if they are to defeat the unheralded Malta who put up a great effort against the strong Scottish pair in the bronze medal match of the Men's Pairs.
- Games New Service
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