DEREK Oliver, Alex Marshall and Paul Foster will go for gold tomorrow (Saturday) at the World Bowls Championships.

The trio have made it through to the final where they will play hosts Australia.

The contest in Queensland is due to get under way at 3.30pm local time (6.30am BST) and is being streamed live on Bowls Australia's Facebook page.

Oliver, of Port Seton; Marshall, of Tranent; and former East Lothian bowler Foster have enjoyed a near flawless run to the final.

They shared a group with Malta (21-11), the Cook Islands (15-15), Nieu (48-2), Philippines (20-13), Japan (14-13), Wales (19-11) and Macao China (22-10).

Topping the group ensured they went through to the quarter-finals, where they knocked out Thailand, 17-13.

That set up a semi-final with defending champions England, who looked well on their way to making it through to another final.

England led 9-0 after three ends but Scotland rallied to come through 23-13 and set up a final with the Australian triple of Corey Wedlock, Aron Sherriff and Carl Healey.

Australia lost two of their nine group games but went through to the knockout phase as runners-up.