EAST Lothian bowls stars Derek Oliver and Alex Marshall are guaranteed to return with two medals from the Commonwealth Games in Australia. 

The pair helped Scotland to the final of the lawn bowls' men's fours with an 18-10 semi-final victory over England this morning (Thursday). 

Cockenzie resident Oliver, 33, will be hoping to add fours gold to the men's triples gold he won earlier in the week. 

READ: Oliver's family 'over the moon' with golden boy's success. 

Marshall, of Tranent, will hope to add a gold at the 2018 Games to the four he has collected previously. 

The 51-year-old will also be targeting victory after defeat in the final of the men's pairs alongside ex-Garden County star Paul Foster, who is also in the fours team. 

The Scottish quartet - Oliver, Marshall, Foster and Ronnie Duncan will now face hosts Australia at Broadbeach in tomorrow's final. 

The match is due to begin at 12.30pm local time, or 3.30am UK time.