Play starts at 2pm
After Men's Singles
Mixed Doubles: Jamie MURRAY (GB)  / Martina HINGIS (SUI)  v Henri KONTINEN (FIN) / Heather WATSON (GB)
No 3 COURT
Play starts at 11am
Ladies' Wheelchair Doubles: Yui KAMIJI (JPN) / Jordanne WHILEY (GB) v Marjolein BUIS (NED) / Diede De Groot (NED) 
Play starts at 11.30am
After Men's Senior Doubles
Girls' Doubles: Catherine McNALLY (USA)  / Whitney OSUIGWE (USA)  v Olga DANILOVIC (SRB) / Kaja JUVAN (SLO)
Heather Watson won the mixed doubles alongside Henri Kontinen in 2016, beating Robert Farah and Anna-Lena Gronefeld in the final. Victory on Sunday would make them the first pair to retain the title in 20 years, since Czech pair Cyril Suk and Helena Sukova triumphed in successive years.
The doubles final has only gone to three sets in two of the last nine years - Mike Bryan and Lisa Raymond's 2012 success and Daniel Nestor and Kristina Mladenovic's triumph the following year proving exceptions to the recent rule.
No British female has lost the doubles final since 1974, when Lesley Charles ended on the losing side alongside Mark Farrell, against Owen Davidson and Billie Jean King. Jo Durie (in 1987) and Watson have triumphed since then.
Martina Hingis won the doubles title two years ago, helping Leander Paes overcome Alexander Peya and Timea Babos.
Hingis has won the mixed doubles at each of the four Slams over the past three years. Victory on Sunday would make Wimbledon the second Slam where she has won multiple mixed titles, alongside the Australian Open (2006 and 2015). She has also won at the French Open, in 2016, and the US Open, in 2015.
The Swiss also holds three women's doubles titles at Wimbledon - winning in 1996, 1998 and 2015 - part of her haul of 12 women's Slam doubles crowns overall.
Watson's triumph last year is her only Slam doubles success to date. This year's run represents the only other time the Briton has made it past the third round of a Slam doubles event, mixed or otherwise.