England topped the medals table in 2014, winning 174 medals in total including 58 golds. Can they repeat the feat in Gold Coast or will the hosts Australia reclaim the top spot?
Glasgow hosted the 2014 Games and Scotland brought home a record medal haul which included 19 gold medals. They have a number of medal chances in Australia and will look to be in the top five in the medals table.
Wales won 36 medals at the last Games which included golds in cycling, gymnastics judo and swimming but one of their main medal hopes for 2018, gymnast Claudia Fragapane, has been ruled out with a knee injury. They still have a strong team and will be looking for a healthy medal haul.
Northern Ireland excelled in boxing in 2014, claiming nine medals – two of which were golds. They will be looking for their boxers to produce the goods again in Gold Coast.
Jersey have had representation at every Games since 1958 and have won four Commonwealth Games medals. Their last medal came in 1990.
Regulars at the Games since 1970, Guernsey had to wait until 1982 to win their first medal and they then won six medals in four Games. They haven’t won any since then but could that change in Gold Coast?
Isle of Man
The Isle of Man claimed a silver in cycling in Glasgow 2014 and will be looking to add another medal in 2018. The island made its bow in 1958 and has won medals in nine of their last 15 appearances.