The Jamaican sprint sensation retained his 100m title with another stunning victory at the Olympic Stadium on Sunday night and he has since turned his attention to winning another 200m gold.
Bolt’s compatriot Yohan Blake won silver in the 100m and will be looking to go one better and upstage his countryman in front of another capacity crowd.
ExCeL will host the first three Boxing finals of London 2012, with medals to be won in the women's Fly Weight (48-51kg), women's Light Weight (57-60kg) and the women’s Middle Weight (69-75kg) divisions.
Back on the Athletics track, the men's 800m final will also get the crowd on the edge of their seats as Kenya’s David Rudisha attempts to add the Olympic title to the world title he won last year. Mohammed Aman of Ethiopia and Sudan’s Abubaker Kaki are also contenders, while Andrew Osagie is the first British athlete to reach the final for 20 years.
The USA's world record-holder Ashton Eaton will bid to secure his first Olympic Decathlon title, with the javelin and the 1500m the final two events.
Christian Taylor is the favourite for the Triple Jump final, but his USA team-mate Will Claye and Italy’s Fabrizio Donato are among the other contenders.
The Olympic Stadium crowd also have the women’s Javelin final to look forward to, with Barbora Spotakova of the Czech Republic bidding to retain her Olympic title.
Another big crowd is expected at Hyde Park for the women's 10km Marathon Swimming, with Keri-Anne Payne hoping to win gold for Great Britain in the Serpentine.
The USA and Japan will contest the final of the women’s Football competition at Wembley Stadium. The former beat Canada in a thrilling semi-final to ensure they have reached all six Olympic finals and they will be looking to win a third consecutive gold medal, but they face a tough test against a Japan side who beat them in the World Cup final last year.
Horse Guards Parade will be vibrant once again when the Beach Volleyball competition concludes with the men’s final between Brazil and Germany.
There will be four Canoe Sprint finals at Eton Dorney, with the men’s Canoe Double (C2) 1000m, the men’s Kayak Four (K4) 1000m, the women’s Kayak Single (K1) 500m and the women’s Kayak Double (K2) medal races taking place in the morning.