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Farah targets track double
Mo Farah could become Britain's greatest track and field athlete on Saturday as he goes for gold in the 5,000 metres.
Victory in the event in which he is already world champion - seven days after he set the Olympic Stadium alight by winning the 10,000m - would top a golden Games for Team GB.
Usain Bolt will also be looking for his third gold of the Games as the world's fastest man joins Jamaica for the 4x100m relay final.
Victories in the ring mean three boxers have the chance to go for gold with Britain guaranteed at least three more silvers.
Luke Campbell, 24, from Hull, will take on his family friend John Joe Nevin, of Ireland, as he bids to fulfil his lifelong ambition of winning an Olympic title.
Welshman Fred Evans, who has delighted crowds with his no-holds-barred approach, will also hope to continue his magnificent run in the welterweight division, while another boxer, Anthony Joshua, beat Kazakhstan's Ivan Dychko in his semi-final bout late on Friday night to secure his place in Sunday's final.
Friday's successes in the hockey, sailing and in the ring saw Team GB's medal haul at London 2012 reach 57 - 25 gold, 15 silver and 17 bronze. There were silvers for sailors Hannah Mills and Saskia Clark, as well as for Luke Patience and Stuart Bithell.
At the Olympic Park, the Duchess of Cambridge sat with gold medal winners Dame Kelly Holmes and Katherine Grainger as she cheered the British women's hockey side to a bronze medal with victory against New Zealand.
There were also bronze medals for boxer Anthony Ogogo and for Lutalo Muhammad.