Women's individual compound Open semi-finals
Kallang cricket field, from 1.30pm
Syahidah Alim, the top qualifier in yesterday's preliminary round, will be gunning for Singapore's first APG archery gold. This is the first time the Republic have sent a team.
Men's 200m (T54) and other finals
National Stadium, from 8.30am
One of Thailand's most-decorated Paralympians, wheelchair racer Pichet Krungget, will feature in the 200m (T54) event. Other highlights include 10 100m finals across a variety of classes.
Round-robin, National Stadium, 12.30pm & 7.30pm
It does not get any easier for hosts Singapore, who will look to bounce back from their 3-5 loss yesterday to Myanmar. They face a Thai side who have scored 11 times in their opening two games. Myanmar take on Indonesia in the later tie.
Marina Bay Sands Hall B, 10.15am
Personal trainer Melvyn Yeo, who has cerebral palsy, makes his APG debut less than six months after picking up the sport. He will compete in the 65kg class.
Men's 400m free S8, women's 200m free S5 and other finals
OCBC Aquatic Centre, from 2pm
Filipino Ernie Gawilan's 400m free personal best of 4min 53.66sec is the 14th fastest time this year. He needs to go lower than 4:49.29 to meet his aim of qualifying for next year's Paralympics. Singapore's Theresa Goh will be chasing her fourth gold in the 200m free.
Five on five, group stages
S'pore Indoor Stadium, 4pm & 6pm
Led by captain Choo Poh Choon, Singapore open their campaign against champions Thailand in Group 1. Malaysia, silver medallists in the last edition, face Laos in Group 2.