- Competition runs from 13-15 April
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This weekend, England's men and women sevens teams will compete at the Commonwealth Games in Australia looking to bring home gold for Team England.
Ahead of the three days of action, here is everything you need to know about the tournament.
How to follow
The BBC is the official broadcaster of the Commonwealth Games and has coverage on BBC One and Two throughout the day as well as on BBC Radio 5 Live and on the BBC Sport website.
The main live blog on the BBC Sport homepage has the video feeds of all of the sports if the matches are not being shown on television.
All of the games will be played at the 27,400-seater Robina Stadium in Gold Coast.
The ground is home to National Rugby League side Gold Coast Titans and was host for the 2011 leg of the World Sevens Series.
You can keep up to date with conversations on social media using #TeamandCountry and #GC2018RugbySevens throughout the tournament.
What they said
Men's head coach Simon Amor: “This particular multi-sport event poses a unique challenge over the previous ones that both myself and the players have been involved in with it being right in the middle of the season, but we’re really excited about getting out there and being a part of Team England on the Gold Coast.
“We know how tough Samoa will be and Jamaica, on the back of the Hong Kong World Series qualifier, will have nothing to lose when we face them in our first game.
“Additionally, the opportunity to go to Australia, to play in a Commonwealth Games in a country that’s so passionate about sport, and to have them in our pool will be brilliant."
Women's head coach James Bailey: "As a new squad, the players and management have worked tremendously hard to bring this group together and also transition the experienced 15s players back to sevens within in a short time frame.
“We have really benefited and developed a lot from competing on the World Series and at numerous invitational tournaments, against some of the best teams in the world, in order to be ready for this tournament.
“We have a lot of incredibly talented, world class players in this side who are willing to work exceptionally hard for each other – and it’s that level of dedication and commitment that we’re hoping will bring success at the Games."
The women's competition has eight teams in two pools, with the teams that finish in the top two progressing straight to the semi-finals and the others then playing out classification matches to decide who finishes fifth to eighth.
The men's competition has 16 teams in four pools, with the teams who finish in the bottom two in each pool eliminated. The teams that finish second progress to the classification stage to decide who will finish fifth to eighth, with the top four teams progressing to the semi-finals.
For more on the full schedule go here.
Pool B: England v Fiji - Friday 13 April, 08:15 BST
Pool B: England v Australia - Friday 13 April, 11:17 BST
Pool B: England v Wales - Saturday 14 April, 09:59 BST
Pool B: England v Jamaica - Saturday 14 April, 00:53 BST
Pool B: England v Samoa - Saturday 14 April, 04:43 BST
Pool B: England v Australia - Saturday 14 April, 11:05 BST
Men: Dan Bibby, Phil Burgess, Alex Davis, Richard de Carpentier, Mike Ellery, Harry Glover, Ollie Lindsay-Hague, Ruaridh McConnochie, Tom Mitchell ©, Dan Norton, James Rodwell, Ethan Waddleton.
13th man: Charlie Hayter
Women: Claire Allan, Abbie Brown ©, Lydia Thompson, Emily Scarratt, Natasha Hunt, Deborah Fleming, Heather Fisher, Emily Scott, Alex Matthews, Megan Jones, Jess Breach, Amy Wilson Hardy,
Travelling reserve: Vicky Fleetwood