Two track and field finals sessions mean the bulk of day nine's 33 Commonwealth Games gold medal events will come from Alexander Stadium.
A host of newly crowned world medallists will be in action.
Scotland’s Jake Wightman, who beat Olympic champion Jakob Ingebrigsten to secure his world title, will headline the men’s 1500m while Australia's Eleanor Patterson will be the woman to stop in the high jump contest. Both events will take place in the morning session.
In the evening the women’s 800m looks set to host a great showdown between two home nation stars. English world silver medallist Keely Hodgkinson will be the hot favourite in the race in Birmingham but will face a challenge from the 1500m bronze medallist from Eugene, Laura Muir of Scotland.
The night will then close with the return double double Olympic champion Elaine Thompson-Herah who will race in the women’s 200m final. The Jamaican will be looking to add to the 100m title she obtained earlier this week.
Pandelela Pamg Rinong will be back on the diving board for the women’s 10m synchro, the event in which she is a defending champion. Pamg finished 11th out of 12 in the women’s 10m platform on Thursday (4 August) and so will likely targeting an improved performance.
Team England's Jack Laugher also returns to the plunge pool aiming for his third Commonwealth Games gold in Birmingham. He will be in action in the men’s 3m springboard where he will also be mounting a defence of his title.
Day 9 medal events
08:30 – 15:15 Lawn bowls and Para lawn bowls, Victoria Park
- Women’s pairs
- Men’s fours
10:00 – 13:15 Athletics and Para athletics, Alexander Stadium
- Women’s high jump
- Women’s shot put F55-57
- Women’s 10km race walk
- Men’s hammer
- Men’s 1500m
10:00 – 12:30 Diving, Sandwell Aquatics Centre
- Women’s synchronised 3m springboard
10:00 – 13:00 Rhythmic gymnastics, Arena Birmingham
- Hoop final
- Ball final
- Clubs final
- Ribbon final
16:00 – 22:00 Table tennis and Para table tennis, NEC
- Women’s singles classes 6-10
- Men’s singles classes 3-5
- Women’s singles classes 3-5
16:30 – 19:45 Lawn bowls and Para lawn bowls, Victoria Park
- Men’s singles
17:00 – 19:30 Wrestling, Coventry Arena
- Men’s freestyle 57kg
- Women’s freestyle 50kg
- Men’s freestyle 74kg
- Women’s freestyle 53kg
- Men’s freestyle 97kg
- Women’s freestyle 76kg
18:00 – 20:45 Diving, Sandwell Aquatics Centre
- Men’s 3m springboard
- Women’s synchronised 10m platform
18:30 – 21:45 Athletics and Para athletics, Alexander Stadium
- Women’s hammer
- Men’s pole vault
- Women’s 400m hurdles
- Women’s 800m
- Men’s 5000m
- Men’s 400m hurdles
- Women’s 200m
- Men’s 200m
How to watch 2022 Commonwealth Games
The Commonwealth Games will be broadcast live in many parts of the world.
UK: BBC TV, BBC iPlayer and BBC website.
Canada: CBC Sports, CBC Sports app
Australia: Channel 7, 7Plus
New Zealand: Sky, TVNZ
India: Sony LIV
Further TV broadcast and digital live streaming details can be found on the Commonwealth Games website here.