Long jump T20
National Stadium, from 8.30am
Malaysian Abdul Latif Romly, who won a gold medal at the recent World Championships in Doha, is set to take flight in the long jump.
Men's SU5 individual final
OCBC Arena Hall 2, from 5pm
Malaysian world No. 1 Cheah Liek Hou is out for revenge against Indonesian Suryo Nugroho, who ended his 12-year unbeaten streak in August.
Marina Bay Sands Hall B, 3.45pm
Singapore's Kalai Vanen makes his debut in a sport he picked up only eight months ago. He faces a tough challenge to finish on the podium, with Indonesia and Thailand expected to flex their muscles.
Men's and women's Hansa 2.3 and 303 open
Marina Bay, from 10am
A first sailing APG gold for Singapore is on the cards with Hansa 2.3 sailor Yap Qian Yin a dominant force. She has won all her eight races and has built up an almost unassailable lead.
Women's 200m individual medley, 50m backstroke S2-5
OCBC Aquatic Centre, from 6pm
The quest for a perfect seven reaches its climax for golden girl Theresa Goh. She won her first five and could complete a memorable APG with two more wins tonight.
Men's singles final
OCBC Arena Hall 1, from 11am
International starts like 2012 Paralympic champion (Class 6) Rungroj Thainiyom of Thailand and Indonesian bronze medallist David Jacobs (Class 10) will start as favourites. Local hope Jason Chee faces Thai Natthawut Thinathet at 6.10pm with the winner likely to be crowned Class 2 champion.