Men's singles (SU5)
OCBC Arena Hall 2, from noon
Malaysian world No. 1 Cheah Liek Hou, undefeated at the APG since 2003 and with five consecutive singles world titles, will start as overwhelming favourite.
Local hope Tay Wei Ming, a two-time APG champion in the SL4 category, has moved up to the tougher SU5, the class Cheah competes in.
Mixed individual BC 1 & BC3 prelim
OCBC Arena Hall 3, from 10am
Singapore's Nurulasyiqah Mohd Taha, ranked eighth in the world in BC3, will be seeking back-to-back APG golds while Thai Pattaya Tadtong was a BC1 gold medallist at the 2012 London Paralympics.
Round-robin, National Stadium,
12.30pm & 7.30pm
Defending champions Myanmar face Singapore in a rematch of the 2014 final, which hosts Myanmar won 2-0. Indonesia take on Malaysia in the later tie.
Marina Bay Sands Hall B, 3.45pm
A silver medallist at the past two APGs, Achelle Guion of the Philippines also competed at the 2012 London Paralympics and lifted 70kg to finish sixth.
R2 10m Air Rifle Women Standing SH1, Yishun Safra, 12.15pm
Traditional powerhouses Thailand, after bagging both golds yesterday, look set to continue their dominance. Wasana Keatjaratkul was fifth at the London Paralympics.
Men's 200m free, 50m fly S5 and other finals
OCBC Aquatic Centre, from 9am
,Vietnam's Thang Tung Vo, with five golds, was one of the outstanding swimmers at last year's APG. He lines up in the 50m fly and 200m free S5 events.