It could be regarded as "barrier night" on the track with both 400 metres hurdles finals as well as the men's steeplechase. On the infield, there is the men's high jump and women's triple jump, with the women's 1,500m finishing off the action.
The men's one-lap hurdles has produced some great finals in recent years and Thursday's race could be another as American Michael Tinsley starts favourite but faces a stiff challenge from Puerto Rico's Javier Culson, compatriot Kenny Clement, Cuba's Omar Cisneros and the evergreen Felix Sanchez.
It is a different story in the women's race, where Czech Zuzana Hejnova looks a class above the field, who should be scrambling amongst themselves for silver.
Abeba Aregawi will be similarly favoured in the 1,500m after winning all five of her Diamond League races this season but the Ethiopian-turned-Swede was caught out tactically in last year's Olympic final and needs to show she has learned from the experience.
Key times on day six (UK times)
06:30 Men's Javelin Throw - Qualification Group A
06:40 Women's High Jump - Qualification
06:55 Women's 800 Metres - Heats
07:20 Men's Shot Put - Qualification
07:55 Women's 200 Metres - Heats
10:00 Men's Javelin Throw - Qualification Group B
16:00 Men's High Jump - Final
16:05 Men's 4x400 Metres Relay - Heats
16:40 Women's Triple Jump - Final
16:45 Women's 200 Metres - Semi-Final
17:20 Men's 3000 Metres Steeplechase - Final
17:45 Women's 400 Metres Hurdles - Final
18:00 Men's 400 Metres Hurdles - Final
18:20 Women's 1500 Metres - Final