With the 2012 Paralympic Games underway, Arsenal.com will be tracking the progress of several Gooners competing in London.
Over the course of last season, we ran a series of features in the Official Matchday Programme with some Arsenal-supporting Paralympic hopefuls.
Today sees four featured Gooners in action - including two finalists.
Will Bayley competes in the men's table tennis class seven final against Germany's Jochen Wollmert at the ExCel this evening, while Paralympic champion David Weir goes for 5,000m T54 gold at the Olympic Stadium.
Elsewhere, Great Britain's basketball team featuring Abdi Jama are in action once more, facing Poland at the Basketball Arena. Rob Richardson's sitting volleyball team look for their first win of the Games against Morocco.
Saturday, September 1
Will Bayley eased into the class seven final of the men's table tennis with a 3-2 victory over Ukraine's Maxym Nikolenko at the ExCel.
Abdi Jama was part of the Great Britain men's basketball team which recorded its first win of the 2012 Games - a commanding 81-41 victory over Colombia.
But there was to be disappointment for Marc McCarroll in the men's wheelchair tennis singles as he crashed out in straight sets to Holland's Tom Egberink.Copyright 2013 The Arsenal Football Club plc. Permission to use quotations from this article is granted subject to appropriate credit being given to www.arsenal.com as the source 2 Sep 2012