Last Updated: Wednesday, August 1, 2012 at 00:40 UK
Hello and welcome to Sports Mole's live text commentary of day four of the Olympic boxing at the ExCel Centre.
Today sees the light-flyweights and light-welterweights step up to the mark looking to book their place in the last 16.
Please note that the action starts at 1.30pm.
Full list of bouts:
Billy Ward (Australia) vs Yosbany Veitia (Cuba) Mark Barriga (Philippines) vs Manuel Cappai (Italy) Birzhan Zhakypov (Kazakhstan) vs Jeremy Beccu (France) Thomas Essomba (Cameroon) vs Abdelali Daraa (Morocco) Devendro Singh Laishram (India) vs Bayron Molina Figueroa (Honduras)
Roniel Iglesias (Cuba) vs Cesar Villarraga Aldana (Colombia) Anderson Rojas Mina (Ecuador) vs Uktamjon Rahmonov (Uzbekistan) Serge Ambomo (Cameroon) vs Yakup Sener (Turkey) Jamel Herring (United States) vs Daniyar Yeleussinov (Kazakhstan) Jonathan Alonso Flete (Spain) vs Mehdi Toloutibandpi (Iran) Gyula Kate (Hungary) vs Eslam Mohamed (Egypt)
Jantony Ortiz Marcano (Puerto Rico) vs Tetteh Sulemanu (Ghana) Ferhat Pehlivan (Turkey) vs Carlos Suarez (Trinidad and Tobago) Jose de la Nieve Linares (Spain) vs Carlos Quipo Pilataxi (Ecuador) Mohamed Flissi (Algeria) vs Kaeo Pongprayoon (Thailand) Aleksandar Aleksandrov (Bulgaria) vs Juliano Fernando Gento Maquina (Mozambique)
Serdar Hudayberdiyev (Turkmenistan) vs Manoj Kumar (India) Abdelhak Aatakni (Morocco) vs Richarno Colin (Mauritius) Zdenek Chiladek (Czech Republic) vs Munkh-Erdene Uranchimeg (Mongolia) Jeffrey Horn (Australia) vs Gilbert Choombe (Zambia) Abderrazak Ouya (Tunisia) vs Gaybatulla Gadzhialiyev (Azerbaijan) Anthony Yigit (Sweden) vs Francisco Vargas Ramirez (Puerto Rico)
23.49You can join us once again for live coverage of day five at the ExCel Centre from 1.20pm.
23.46The bantamweights retake the gauntlet, with Luke Campbell taking on Italy's Jayhn Vittorio Parrinello, while Anthony Joshua facing a tough challenge in the form of Cuban super heavyweight Erislandy Savon Cotilla.
23.44However, tomorrow sees the reintroduction of the British fighters.
23.43Day four comes to a close at the ExCel Centre. If truth be told, it was not the best day... yet it all started to well, with fantastic performances from Cuba's Veitia and the 'Little Pacquiao' Barriga. They dazzled in the first two bouts, but it went a bit down hill from there.
13.40The Cuban is not being tested, but looks very silky.
13.34Veitia looks very comfortbale and rather graceful on his feet. He leads 7-1.
13.29With all the rows over empty seats, the boxing has to be one of the best supported events of the Games so far. 10,000 have filled the arena to capacity for the first three days and it looks like today will be no different.
13.25First up: Billy Ward (Australia) vs Yosbany Veitia Soto (Cuba)
13.25Welcome to day four. It's the light-fly and light-welters today, featuring Cuba's Roniel Iglesias and Jamel Herring of the United States.