The Commonwealth Games is well and truly under in Birmingham. On Day 1, each and every one of SportsTiger’s medal and result predictions came true. On Day 2 so far, India already have a medal to show against their name, with Sanket Sargar bagging a silver in the men’s 55 kg weightlifting. While there are more medal events for India later in the day, in this article, we will have a look at a few medal and result predictions from Day 3 of the Birmingham Games.
1. James Hall vs Marios Georgiou for CWG 2022 gold at artistic gymnastics men’s all-round final
The Gold medal fight at the artistic gymnastics men’s all-round final in Commonwealth Games 2022 could well be between James Hall of England and Marios Georgiou of Cyprus. While Hall was the silver medallist at the Commonwealth Games 2018, Georgiou of Cyprus had bagged the bronze. Even in the qualification round, these two gymnasts have been impressive with Hall leading the aggregate all-around scores with 82.550 and Georgiou finishing third with 81.900.
2. India to beat Pakistan in Women’s Cricket match
The battle between the arch-rivals is predicted to be won by the Indian team. The Indian eves have a superior record against Pakistan and it will be a uphill task for the Women in Green to beat India whose several key players are in great form despite the defeat to Australia in their opening match. Pakistan too suffered a defeat in their opening game.
3. India will beat Ghana in Men’s Hockey match
Indian men’s hockey team will begin their Commonwealth Games 2022 campaign with a match against Ghana on Sunday. India are clearly the stronger team of the two and should easily overcome the challenge posed by Ghana. While India boasts of a world hockey ranking inside the top 5, Ghana is currently ranked 36th in the world. Expect a dominating performance from the Men in Blue.
4. Jack Carlin to bag a medal in cycling- men’s sprint finals
In the sport of cycling, Scottish cyclist Jack Carlin is expected to bag a gold. Carlin will be hoping to continue his good form from the Olympics into the Commonwealth Games 2022. Carlin managed to win a silver in Gold Coast in 2018 and would be eyeing to better that performance in 2022. Carlin is also determined to do well in these games as he gets to represent Scotland the country where he was born rather than playing for Great Britain.