First up is the final of the women's team foil. It starts at 9am but goes on all day. Local girl Sophie Troiano is competing.
Also starting at 9am is the men's double trap shooting qualifiers. We will be rooting for Richard Faulds and hope he makes it to the finals in the afternoon.
The lightweight men's four which starts at 10am are Great Britain's leading gold medal hopes on day two of the finals at Eton Dorney. They won gold at the third World Cup regatta and have followed that up with two strong performances so far. Denmark are likely to be their chief rivals. Our man to watch is Rob Williams. Sam Townsend will be competing in the men's double sculls final just before 10am.
Andrew Triggs-Hodge will be part of the men's four sem-final and Mark Hunter will part of the men's lightweight double sculls semi-final - both competitions will be after 10am.
Look out for the men's double canoe slalom semi-final and final both in the afternoon. Richard Hounslow is a contender.
In the evening Adam Brown is competing in the men's 50m freestyle semi-final.