India at Rio Olympics Day 5 Live: Deepika advances into 1/8 Eliminations round of women's individual archery competition; boxer Manoj, too, enter next round

Sania Bopanna Indian AcesRio de Janeiro: After a relatively good day on Day 4, Indian contingent will see some of their aces fighting for glory in as many as seven sports, including shooting, archery, judo, hockey, weightlifting, rowing, boxing, and tennis on Day 5 of the Rio Olympics. Those in contention include Jitu Rai (men's 50m pistol qualification), Prakash Nanjapaa, Bombayla Devi and Deepika Kumari (archery in the round of 64 individual event), Avtar Singh (India's sole judoka in round of 32 match), Satish Sivalingam (men's 77kg category weightlifting qualification round), rower Dattu Bhokanal in the C/D semifinal, boxer Manoj Kumar (men's Light Welter 65kg category), Sania Mirza and Rohan Bopanna (mixed doubles tennis). Meanwhile, Indian women's hockey team will fight against Australia in their third pool match.

Catch the action live:

Deepika defeated higher ranked Kristine Esebua of Georgia in the 1/32 eliminators before getting the better of Italy's Guendalina Sartori of Italy in the 1/16 eliminators.

Boxer Manoj Kumar beat Petrauskas by split decision in the Round of 32 of the men's Light Welterweight (64kg) category at the Riocentrio Pavilion. Manoj dominated all three rounds to win a 29-28, 29-28, 28-29 verdict and advance to the pre-quarterfinals.

Sathish Sivalingam is out of medal contention in Clean and Jerk category weighlifting.

Australian women beat India 6-1.

End of second quarter: Australia 2, India 0.

Australia strikes again in the 9th minute of the first quarter through a penalty corner conversion. Australia lead 2-0.

India concedes a goal in the 4th minute of the first quarter. Australia takes 1-0 lead.

India vs Australia women hockey: The match starts.

Avtar Singh loses to Popole Misenga in men's 90-kg Judo in the Round of 32.

Bombayla Laishram advances to the Round of 16, winning 6-2.

Prakash Nanjappa too fails to impress as he could only finish 25th. India’s poor show in shooting continues.

Jitu Rai finishes 12th with a score of 554! In the last series he scores just 88.