With 32 gold medals up for grabs, the penultimate day of the Olympics is by far the busiest day of the London Games. Things get off to an early start with the 9.30am final in the K1 200m canoe sprint at Eton Dorney, for which 28-year-old British trainee accountant Ed McKeever is the favourite. Mo Farah could add to GB's medal tally in the 5,000m final in the Olympic Stadium which happens before a flurry of gold-medal events: the women's 4x400m, the women's 800m final (which will see South Africa's Caster Semenya take on Russian Mariya Savinova) and then the blue riband relay event, the men's 4x100m final at 9pm. With both Usain Bolt and Yohan Blake on their side, Jamaica could probably still field a shot-putter in one of the remaining slots and take the gold. Also on Day 15, the men's football final takes place at 3pm at Wembley Stadium while GB will be rooting for poster-boy Tom Daley in the diving 10m platform at the Aquatics Centre after his disappointment in the men's synchronised event on Day Three. In boxing, Briton's Luke Campbell and Thomas Stalker will target medals for bantamweight and light-welterweight at the ExCeL Centre.
Gold medals up for grabs: 32
Today's medal sports: modern pentathlon, athletics, canoe sprint, mountain bike cycling, sailing, rhythmic gymnastics, football, wrestling, hockey, boxing, diving, handball, basketball, taekwondo, volleyball