- Laura Muir qualified with a personal best for the 5,000m final on Sunday
- Both GB teams will be in action in the 4x400m relay finals aiming for medals
- South African Olympic champion Caster Semenya is the hot 800m favourite
Day nine at the World Athletics Championships in London sees the action come to a close with the final day of events.
Fans will be mindful to keep an eye out for Laura Muir, who is looking for a medal in the 5,000m, while both Team GB 400m squads will be in their finals.
Controversial South African Caster Semenya also takes to the track, expecting a medal. Here, Sportsmail takes a look at the pick of the bunch…
Laura Muir qualified with a personal best for the 5000m final, which takes place on Sunday
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She qualified with a personal best for the 5000m final and will hope to put aside her disappointment of missing out on a medal in the 1500m.
Both GB teams will be hoping for a successful end to the championships. The women won bronze at Rio, while the men were disqualified in the heats in Brazil.
Best of the Rest
The South African two-time Olympic champion strode smoothly into the 800m final and she is the hot favourite, having not lost a race at this distance since 2015.
South African two-time Olympic champion Caster Semenya is the hot 800m favourite