The Malaysian women's table tennis team secured at least a silver medal at the 2022 Commonwealth Games after overcoming Wales on Sunday.

The team of Karen Lyne, Alice Chang Li Sian and Ho Ying, who stunned defending champions India on Saturday, continued their impressive run by winning 3-2 in the semi-finals at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham.

With the success of reaching the final, the Malaysian table tennis contingent ensured a medal finish for the fourth straight Commonwealth Games.

The women's team previously won bronze in 2010 and silver in 2014, while Ho and Lyne teamed up to bag a women's doubles bronze medal four years ago in Gold Coast.

They next face heavy favourites Singapore, who beat Australia 3-0 in the other semi-final tie, on Monday.

Singapore won four of the last five women's team finals and had more table tennis gold medals than other winning nations combined at the Commonwealth Games.