1. Duplantis goes after the big guns - men's pole vault
Mondo Duplantis has made no secret of his ambition in recent years. As he told the IAAF Diamond League podcast just last week, the 18-year-old is hell bent on becoming the greatest vaulter of all time, and being "as dominant as Renaud Lavillenie". Duplantis, who grew up in the USA but jumps for Sweden, will be cheered on by a home crowd as he looks to record a first win in the Diamond League, and a first victory over Sam Kendricks.
2. Spanovic launches title defence - women's long jump
Stockholm will be the launchpad for two disciplines which have not yet featured on the Road To The Final this season, the women's long jump and the men's 5000m
In the former, Ivana Spanovic is looking to defend the Diamond Trophy she has held for the last two seasons, having stormed to victory in both 2016 and 2017. The Serbian faces a competitive field on Sunday, with the likes of Tianna Bartoletta, Christabel Nettey and Lorraine Ugen also lining up.
3. Williams to build on Oslo win - women's 100m hurdles
Danielle Williams picked up an impressive victory in Oslo, where the 100m hurdles was a non-scoring event. In Stockholm, the Jamaican has the chance to build on that victory and also pick up more valuable points on the Road To The Final.
Having picked up 11 points from three appearances so far, Williams has established herself firmly in mid-table behind the more dominant Americans such as Brianna McNeal and Sharika Nelvis. After her victory in Norway, she will now hope to break into the top three of the standings when she faces up to McNeal, Dawn Harper Nelson and Christina Manning in Stockholm.
4. Brown and Guliyev eye top spot - men's 200m
World Champion Ramil Guliyev showed his class once again in Oslo as he motored to a comfortable victory in 19.90, his face breaking into a broad grin as he crossed the finish line.
Guliyev will be even happier if he can claim another win in Stockholm, as eight points could be enough to see him leapfrog Noah Lyles and Aaron Brown and knock Jereem Richards off top spot. That would also depend on how Brown himself runs however. Just two points behind Richards in the standings at the moment, the Canadian will also have top spot in his crosshairs.
5. A kilometre for Kszczot and co. - men's 1000m
Unusually for the Diamond League, Stockholm will also play host to a 1000m in which points are up for grabs. The points will count towards the men's 800m standings, and with leader Wycliffe Kinyamal absent, this is a chance for the chasing pack to rise up the standings. Adam Kszczot, Kipyegon Bett and 2016 Diamond Trophy winner Ferguson Cheruiyot Rotich are all in the running in what promises to be a fascinating race.