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Ones to watch on day eight of the Olympic Games

Great Britain's Jessica Ennis celebrates after the Women's Heptathlon 200m Photo: Martin Rickett/PA Wire/Press Association Images

ATHLETICS: HEPTATHLON

  • 10:05, 11:40, 20:35, Olympic Stadium

Jessica Ennis hopes to capitalise on her overnight first place position and stay on course for gold. Tomorrow she'll compete in the long jump, javelin and 800 metres.

Farah goes for gold in the final of the 10,000 metres Credit: Barrington Coombs/PA Wire/Press Association Images

ATHLETICS: 10,000 metres final

  • 21:15, Olympic Stadium

Mo Farah goes for gold in the final of the 10,000 metres after being pipped to the world title in Daegu last year.

Jason Kenny and Sir Chris Hoy during the Men's Team Sprint Final Credit: David Davies/PA Archive/Press Association Images

CYCLING: Individual sprint

  • 10:00, Velodrome

Selected ahead of defending champion Sir Chris Hoy, expectation will be high for Beijing silver medallist Jason Kenny to deliver in the individual sprint. The 24-year-old from Bolton will be hoping to qualify well in the first of three days of competition in the event.

Team GB men's basketball have come close twice in their last two games Credit: Dave Thompson/PA Wire/Press Association Images

MEN'S BASKETBALL: Great Britain v Australia

  • 20:00, Basketball Arena

The newly-signed Portland Trail Blazer has been in excellent form and had his best game yet with 25 points while battling Pau Gasol in the 79-78 loss to Spain. More of the same is needed against Australia.

Great Britain's Men's Four of Andrew Triggs Hodge, Tom James, Pete Reed and Alex Gregory Credit: David Davies/PA Wire/Press Association Image

ROWING: MEN'S FOUR

  • 10:30, Eton Dorney

Great Britain have won gold in the men's four at each of the last three Olympics and are desperate to extend that dynasty. Australia are the crew most likely to stand in their way.

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