The world record holder, Tobi Amusan and long jumper Ese Brume will hope to replicate the fine form that saw them reach podium finish at the just concluded games in Oregon, America.
Both athletes will again, compete in the finals of the 100meteres hurdles and long jump.
Amusan, who posted the best time in the 100 hurdles event will be aiming to successfully defend her Commonwealth Games title won in 2018 while Brume, who missed out on the 2018 Games will be seeking a repeat of her golden performance of 2014 in the women’s Long Jump.
The fledging Ruth Usoro is also in the final of the Women’s Long Jump, hopefully, Team Nigeria can achieve gold and silver.
Also on the menu on Sunday are the men’s and women’s finals of the 4 x 100m and 4 x 400m relays.
With the eye-catching performances on display in the semifinals of these events, it would not be out of place to expect some pleasant surprises.
Team Nigeria will have a lot to cheer for and celebrate this Sunday.