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Paul Drinkhall and Jo Parker added to England's Commonwealth Games medal haul on Tuesday with a table tennis bronze in the mixed doubles.
Drinkhall's medal with Parker came after the disappointment of his exit from the singles competition at the hands of Singapore's Yang Zi, who was a 4-2 winner in their quarter-finals clash.
Andrew Baggaley and Liam Pitchford marched into Wednesday's men's doubles semi-finals after storming back from losing the first game to beat fancied Singaporeans Cai Xiaoli and Ma Liang 6-11 11-7 11-9 11-4.
They now face Indians Sharath Achanta and Subhajit Saha after they came through their semi-final against Nigeria's Seun Ajetunmobi and Quadri Aruna.
There was further medal success for England as rhythmic gymnastics trio Rachel Ennis, Francesca Fox and Lynne Hutchison won bronze in the women's team competition.
Elsewhere in Delhi on Tuesday, England duo Jenny Duncalf and Laura Massaro fought back from a game down to beat the favourites Kasey Brown and Donna Urquhart in a gripping squash women's doubles semi-final.
World number two Duncalf then teamed up with James Willstrop for a mixed doubles semi-final against Brown and Cameron Pilley with the Australians winning 2-1.
Nick Matthew and Adrian Grant beat Pilley and Ryan Cuskelly 11-10 11-9 in the men's doubles semi-finals and face Australian pair Stewart Boswell and David Palmer in the final after they had beaten Scotland pair Alan Clyne and Harry Leitch.
Defending champion Nathan Robertson and new partner Jenny Wallwork came back from the brink of defeat to reach the badminton mixed doubles final beating Malaysian fourth seeds Chan Peng Soon and Goh Liu Ying 19-21 21-13 23-21.
In the final they will face unseeded Malaysians Koo Kien Keat and Chin Eei Hui or Singaporean third seeds Chayut Triyachart or Yao Lei.
Robertson and Anthony Clark progressed to the the men's doubles final and Rajiv Ouseph reached the men's singles final.
But there was disappointment for Liz Cann, who lost her singles semi-final against Wong Mew Choo, who won 21-12 18-21 21-17 and now faces a bronze medal play-off against Scotland's Susan Egelstaff who lost out to Indian top seed Saina Nehwal.
Wallwork and Gabby White bowed out in the women's doubles semi-finals.
England's hopes of making a first Games netball final were shattered as they went down to a 51-45 defeat against Australia.
England play Jamaica in the bronze medal match at 1130 local time (0700BST) on Wednesday. Jamaica lost to New Zealand 59-43 in the other semi-final.