22 finals: National Stadium, from 8.30am
After winning two golds and three bronzes in October's IPC Athletics World Championships, Malaysia will be gunning for a bumper haul. Head coach R. Jeganathan has set a target of at least 23 titles.
Men's wheelchair 800m T52/53
Thailand's Pichet Krungget, who won two golds at the 2004 Athens Paralympics, will be favourite.
Men's 100m T54
Three-time Singapore champion Muhammad Firdaus Nordin goes for gold (5.45pm).
Round-robin: National Stadium, 12.30pm & 7.30pm
Champions Myanmar play Malaysia in the first match before Thailand, who hammered Malaysia 6-1 yesterday, face Indonesia.
Women's 100m breast SB5, 100m freee S5 and other finals: OCBC Aquatic Centre, from 9am
The bulk of Singapore's golds will likely come from the pool. Theresa Goh, whose 22 APG titles make her the country's most bemedalled athlete, will compete in seven events, beginning with today's 100m breast SB5 and 100m free S5.
Men's and women's team prelims: OCBC Arena Hall 1, from 10am
Several world-class paddlers will be in action, including 2012 London Paralympics singles champion (Class 6) Rungroj Thainiyom of Thailand and bronze medallist (Class 10) David Jacobs of Indonesia.
Mixed singles: Temasek Club, from 10am
Watch out for Filipino stars Kim Ian Chi and Samuel Matias, who won a mixed doubles silver (TPB 9/10) at last year's Asian Para Games. Home hope Ismail Hussain, the 2011 APG mixed singles champion, will be looking to defend his title.