Pick of the Medal Events
Hockey: Women’s Final - Netherlands v Great Britain (21:00 BST) - Great Britain’s women reached their first Olympic final thanks to an impressive 3-0 victory over New Zealand, extending their record to seven wins in a row in Rio. The Netherlands beat Germany on penalties in the last four and are slight favourites with bookmakers.
- Odds: Netherlands 8/13, Draw 3/1, Great Britain 10/3 - Bet365
Athletics: Men’s 4x100m Relay Final (02:35 BST) – Usain Bolt will be hoping he is in a position to wrap up an unprecedented ‘triple treble’, having won the 100m, 200m and 4x100m at both Beijing and London. Jamaica do not usually have a problem getting the baton round, but the sprint relay can be a breathtakingly unpredictable event.
- Odds: Jamaica 2/7, USA 5/2, Great Britain 20/1 - Betfred
Athletics: Women’s 4x100m Relay Final (02:15 Saturday BST) – The stage is set for a showdown between Jamaica and the USA, but Great Britain could also push for a spot on the podium. The quartet of Asha Philip, Desiree Henry, Dina Asher-Smith and Daryll Neita broke the national record to win at the London Anniversary Games last month.
- Odds: Jamaica 4/7, USA 7/4, Trinidad and Tobago 20/1, Great Britain 25/1 - Coral
Cycling: Men’s BMX Final (19:10 BST) - It is the final of both BMX events on Friday and Team GB’s best chance of a medal may come in the men’s event, where Liam Phillips will hope to get the better of France’s European champion Joris Daudet.
- Odds: Joris Daudet (FRA) 4/1, Niek Kimmann (NED) 7/2, Maris Strombergs (LAT), Liam Phillips (GBR) 10/1 - Paddy Power
Best of the Rest
Football: Women’s Final - Sweden v Germany (21:30 BST) - Sweden stunned hosts Brazil with a victory on penalties in the semi-finals, while Germany took revenge on Canada following a defeat in the group stage.
Taekwondo: Men’s 80kg (Final at 02:15 Saturday BST) - There is the potential for a real grudge match in the final as Great Britain’s Lutalo Muhammad could come up against Dorset-born Aaron Cook, who is representing Moldova after being controversially left out by Team GB in 2012.
Modern Pentathlon: Women’s Event (Concludes at 22:00 BST) - Great Britain have won at least one modern pentathlon medal at every Olympics since it was introduced in Sydney. Can Samantha Murray improve on her silver from London 2012?
- Sports.net’s top tip - Aaron Cook to win the men’s Taekwondo (80kg) - 7/2 at Ladbrokes
*Please note that odds may fluctuate.
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