Swimmer Georgia Davies is looking to build on her success in the 100m final with a medal in the 50m backstroke.
18 year old gymnast Laura Halford hopes to follow in the footstep of Frankie Jones who has won six medals in Glasgow.
The club will take on the Spanish giants in a pre-season friendly on Tuesday night.
Team Wales captain Aled Sion Davies has won silver in the para-sport F42 discus, finishing behind eventual winner Dan Greaves of England.
The 23-year old from Bridgend was unable to add another gold medal to the one he won at the Paralympic Games in London two years ago.
However, his silver means that Team Wales have now won 20 medals at this years Games - surpassing the total achieved by the team at Delhi four years ago.
Wales' lawn bowls team have beaten Australia in the Men's Triple Bronze Match, taking the medal and bringing Team Wales' tally in the Commonwealth Games up to 19.
That now equals the number of medals Wales managed to achieve at the Delhi Games four years ago - and puts them just eight shy of the pre-Games target of 27.
After a tight start it was a relatively comfortable win for the trio of Jonathan Tomlinson, Marc Wyatt and Paul Taylor, who beat Australia 16-13.
Commonwealth Games backers have confirmed they are investigating a giant poster on the North Wales seafront, which reads 'Proud to support Team England'.
The image, at Rhos-on-Sea in Conwy, features English Paralympic athlete Jade Jones and is accompanied by the hashtag #GoEngland - despite Wales competing at Glasgow 2014 in its own right.
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Cyclist Elinor Barker has won a second medal for Team Wales with a silver in the women's 25km Points Race.
She narrowly missed out on the top spot, being beaten by England's Laura Trott in the last sprint.
Wales are currently 8th in the medal table with 2 golds, 8 silvers and 8 bronze medals.
Swimmer Jazz Carlin has earned herself a place in tomorrow's 800m freestyle final, after a storming performance which saw her break the Commonwealth Games record.
She won the heat with a time of 8:22:69- finishing 12 seconds ahead of Australian Jessica Ashwood and breaking the record set in 1978.
Natalie Powell won Wales' second gold medal of the Games in the women's Judo last night, beating England's Gemma Gibbons in a closely fought match.
In the pool, Georgia Davies took silver for Team Wales in the 100m backstroke final, narrowly missing out to Australia's Emily Seebohm.
There were bronzes for para-sport swimmer Jack Thomas and Mark Shaw in the men's over 100kg Judo, while Marco Loughran qualified for tonight's 50m backstroke final.
After a 12-19 loss to Samoa, Wales' sevens rugby team will have a tough match against Australia later today, while swimmer Jazz Carlin will look to win a place in tomorrow's 800m freestyle final.
Weightlifter Michaela Breeze has won another medal for Team Wales after coming third in the women's Snatch final.
She'll be joining England's Zoe Thomas who won gold and Ndidi Winifred from Nigeria on the podium after a competition in which the Commonwealth Games record was broken three times.
Regarded as one of Wales' most successful athletes Michaela began weightlifting more than twenty years ago and this is her fourth Games since her debut at Manchester 2002.
Cyclist Elinor Barker has added another medal to Team Wales' total, winning a bronze in the Women's 10km scratch race.
She narrowly beat Scotland's Katie Archibald to earn herself a place on the podium.
Elinor will compete again in the women's points race tomorrow at the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome.