England slipped to third in the medals table in 2010 for the first time since 1994. They will be looking to reclaim second place from India but Australia are likely to remain out of reach.
When Edinburgh hosted the 1986 Games, Scotland won 33 medals but only three of them were gold. They will be looking to have more Commonwealth champions this summer.
Wales have been incredibly consistent, winning three golds and 19 medals at both of the last two Games. Will the pattern be repeated in Glasgow?
Northern Ireland had a great Games in 2010, finishing above Jamaica and Pakistan in the medals table. Can they repeat their success in boxing, which produced three golds in Delhi?
Jersey have been regulars at the Commonwealth Games, competing in every event since 1958. In total they have won four medals, but none since 1990.
Regulars at the Games since 1970, Guernsey had to wait until 1982 to win their first medal. They then won six medals in four Games, but have drawn a blank since. Will that change in Glasgow?
Isle of Man
Isle of Man made their bow in 1958 and have won at least one medal in eight of their 14 appearances. Their best hauls have been at the last two Games, will the upwards curve continue?