Karsten Warholm's 400m hurdles season debut is set to be one of the highlights of the Bislett Games ©Getty Images

A Diamond League season debut for Norway's Karsten Warholm is set to be one of the standout features of the Bislett Games in Oslo.

The back-to-back men's 400 metres hurdles world champion runs in the last event of the night, where Turkey's Rio 2016 bronze medallist Yasmani Copello figures to be one of his biggest rivals for the win.

Brazil's Pan American Games champion Alison dos Santos is also due to compete, with the race taking less than a month before 400m hurdles heats are due to begin at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.

Warholm will not be the only home hope with high expectations on the Bislett Stadium track.

Jakob Ingebrigtsen, fresh from setting a European 5,000m record in Florence earlier this month, will run in the Svein Arne Hansen Dream Mile contest - named after the late former President of European Athletics.

The Norwegian official was also the Bislett Games meet director for many years. 

In the women's 5,000m, Kenyan world champion Hellen Obiri is set to race compatriots Beatrice Chebet and Margaret Chelimo Kipkemboi.

Britain's Eilish McColgan and Ethiopian Tsehay Gemechu - fourth and fifth at those World Championships - also feature on the startlist.

Ukraine's women's long jump world silver medallist Maryna Bekh-Romanchuk headlines the women's long jump, while another Doha 2019 silver medallist - Armand Duplantis - will be in men's pole vault action.

Up to 5,000 fans are set to watch the Diamond League meeting in Norway's capital.