The most important events for tomorrow, via our daily briefing.

All events are listed here in Tokyo local time. Add one hour for Sydney, subtract eight hours for Bristol, 13 hours for New York, and 16 hours for San Francisco.

Athletics (7.35-9.50 p.m.)
On Saturday there is only one session in the stadium and there is one final after the other. We get that Women’s high jump and the Spear for men. That Women’s 10,000m final is at 7.45 p.m. That Men’s 1500m final is 8.40 p.m. Then we end the track events in the stadium with the explosive double strike of the men and women 4x400m relay finale.

Women’s marathon (6 o’clock in the morning)
They take place in Sapporo to avoid the heat of Tokyo. The women start around 10:00 PM UK time so you can sit down with your Ovaltine for a late night to watch someone else run 42.2 miles to the gold.

Golf (6.30 a.m)
It should be the fourth and final round of women’s golf – if the weather permits.

Canoe print (9.30 a.m.-12.47 p.m.)
On Saturday there will be four finals, in the canoe double 500 m women, singles 1000 m men and kayak 4,500 m in both flavors.

Beach volleyball (10 a.m. – 12.20 p.m.)
In the men’s bronze match, pairs from Latvia and Qatar compete, followed by Norway and non-Russia, who fight for gold.

Dive (10 am and 3 pm)
The men’s 10m platform semi-finals and then the final.

Rhythmic gymnastics (10 a.m., 11.30 a.m. and 3:20 p.m.)
The morning sessions are all round qualifications for the group. In the afternoon there is the individual all-around final.

basketball (11.30 a.m., 4.00 p.m. and 8 p.m.)
The program is turned upside down – possibly for the benefit of the US television audience – but the morning begins with the men’s gold medal game between the US and France. At 4 p.m. it is the women’s bronze final (France – Serbia) with the men’s bronze match between Australia and Slovenia at 8 p.m.

baseball (12 o’clock and 19 o’clock )
First the bronze medal game between the Dominican Republic and South Korea and then the final in the evening between Japan and the USA.

Boxing (2: 00-3: 15 p.m.)
Four last fights today in men’s bow ties, women’s bow ties, men’s middleweights and women’s world championships. The Brit Galal Yafai meets the Cuban Carlo Paalam at 2 p.m.

Karate (2-8.45 p.m.)
Equipped with the men’s Kumite + 75kg and women’s Kumite + 61kg. The fights for the bronze medal and the final will begin around 7:20 pm.

Modern Pentathlon (2.30 p.m.-7.30 p.m.)
For the men it’s about swimming, fencing, jumping and then the combined cross-country skiing course, which is interrupted by shooting. It’s so great to watch.

Track cycling (3.30pm-6.25pm)
Race all day, but there is one final to watch out for: the men’s Madison final at 4:55 p.m.

Handball (17 o’clock and 21 clock)
For the men it is first Egypt against Spain, then France against Denmark for gold.

Equestrian sport (19 o’clock)
Today is the last day with the horses and it is the final of the show jumping team.

Artistic swimming (7.30 p.m.)
The team-free routine final lights up on Saturday on the last day of the event.

Football (8.30 p.m.)
It’s the men’s final in Yokohama, where Brazil will play against Spain.