Mo Farah will fine tune his World Championship preparations with a headline slot in the 3,000m at the Anniversary Games at London Stadium on Sunday.
The 34-year-old, who has completed the 5,000m/10,000m double at the last two World Championships, will be up against British 5,000m champion Andrew Butchart.
As a defending world champion, Farah was allowed to miss the British team trials in Birmingham last weekend.
Elsewhere, Dina Asher-Smith will attempt to prove to British selectors that she is deserving of a place on the London 2017 team.
The 21-year-old, the fastest Briton of all time over both 100m and 200m, could only manage a sixth-place finish at the trials as she continues her comeback from a broken foot.
Asher-Smith will compete in a high-class 100m field that includes Jamaican Olympic champion Elaine Thompson and world 200m champion Dafne Schippers.
Scotland’s Laura Muir, who made a successful comeback from injury in Lausanne on Thursday, will attempt to break Zola Budd’s 32-year-old British record when she takes part in the women’s mile race.
Heptathlete Katarina Johnson-Thompson will compete in the long jump and 100m hurdles while Morgan Lake takes on Spanish Olympic champion Ruth Beitia in the high jump in the wake of her victory at the British Championship.
Six-time Paralympic champion David Weir will be given a great send-off in his final race, fittingly in the stadium that saw him win a trio of gold medals at London 2012, while the British 4x400m replay team from Beijing 2008 will be awarded bronze medals after their result was upgraded in the wake of a positive drugs test.
Despite the withdrawal of key British draws Greg Rutherford and Adam Gemili, there are still 14 current Olympic champions among a star-studded field.
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Sunday, 9 July
12:15-13:15, live coverage on BBC Two
12:20: Women’s pole vault – including Holly Bradshaw
12:25: Women’s 400m hurdles – including Eilidh Doyle and Dalilah Muhammad
13:03: Men’s long jump – including Jeff Henderson
13:06: Men’s T54 800m – including David Weir
13:15-16:30, live coverage on BBC One
14:03: Men’s 400m hurdles – including Kerron Clement
14:10: Women’s high jump – including Morgan Lake and Ruth Beitia
14:13: Men’s 200m – including Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake and Christophe Lemaitre
14:30-16:30: live coverage on BBC Radio 5 live
14:37: Women’s long jump – including Katarina Johnson-Thompson
14:40: Women’s 100m final – including, subject to qualification, Dina Asher-Smith, Dafne Schippers and Elaine Thompson
14:58: Men’s 800m – including Nijel Amos
15:07: Men’s 100m – including CJ Ujah and James Dasaolu
15:17: Women’s 100m hurdles – including, subject to qualification, Katarina Johnson-Thompson and Kendra Harrison
15:28: Men’s 110 hurdles final – including, subject to qualification, Andrew Pozzi and Aries Merritt
15:38: Women’s mile – including Laura Muir
15:58: Men’s 3,000m – including Mo Farah
Diamond League – Rabat – highlights
Monday, 17 July
00:45-01:45, BBC Two
Repeated on BBC Two from 13:00-14:00
With the trip to Morocco coming three weeks before the World Championships, the world’s best athletes will be desperate to find form in North Africa.
Rabat made its Diamond League debut last year when the 14-meeting global series headed to Africa for the first time.
Diamond League – Monaco – highlights
Saturday, 22 July
13:15-14:15, BBC One
Repeated on BBC Two on Monday, 24 July from 13:00-14:00
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04/08- 13/08 – BBC One & BBC Two – World Championships
20/08 – BBC Two – Birmingham Grand Prix
26/08 – BBC One – Zurich Diamond League highlights
02/09 – BBC One – Brussels Diamond League highlights
09/09 – BBC One – Great North City Games
10/09 – BBC One – Great North Run
10/09 – BBC Two – Great North Run highlights
01/10 – BBC Two – Great Scottish Run
10/12 – BBC Two – European Cross Country highlights
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06/07 – Lausanne Diamond League
09/07 – London Diamond League
21/07 – Monaco Diamond League
14/07 – 23/07 – World ParaAthletics Championships
04/08 – 13/08 – World Athletics Championships
20/08 – Birmingham Diamond League
24/08 – Zurich Diamond League
01/09 – Brussels Diamond League
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