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Lawn bowls preview Ė 28 July

27†July†2002

It is a massive day for the England Menís Fours, who take on Australia in the morning session.

Heaton Park

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If Malaysia beat the Cook Islands - who are yet to win a match Ė England will need to at least draw with Australia to have any hope of reaching the quarter-finals.

The England Womenís Fours also have a tough day ahead of them, just two days out from the final. They take on Wales at 12:30 - who have three matches on Sunday - and Australia, also with a full schedule, in the evening session.

New Zealandís Menís Pairs will be desperate for a win after Saturdayís loss to England, and Fridayís shock defeat by Jersey.

But they face South Africa, top of the table and full of confidence after their win over England.

The Papua New Guinea team are ones to watch in the Womenís Fours competition after their win over England on Saturday. They will take on Scotland, who are also showing class, in the morning session.

A battle of the Pacific takes place in the Menís Pairs competition in the evening, when Fiji, buoyed by their performance against Wales on Saturday, take on the Cook Islands.

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