You might cite them, you might not. It depends on lots of factors:
- What work you’ve done;
- The shape of your field and the number of people working in it;
- Who your examiners are;
- When they were suggested as potential examiners;
- How the work they do intersects with the work you’ve done;
- And many, many more reasons…
It’s neither intrinsically good or intrinsically bad for you to cite them. It’s not a requirement to cite publications by your examiners.
But if you have: make sure you check those papers again before your viva. Be sure you’re familiar with why you used them, how you used them and what they did for your thesis.