After a triumphant journey from Greenwich to Tower Hamlets yesterday - The Olympic Torch take the reverse direction today.
It'll spend Sunday taking a 32.37 mile tour from The London Eye in the early morning to Bexley in the evening.
Stratford born Lennox Lewis is among tomorrow's line up of 163 torchbearers. The former undisputed heavyweight boxing champion of the World will take the final leg of the tomorrow's relay as it arrives in Danson Park.
The Torch will also experience 2 water-borne journey's - first it'll cross Fairlop Water accompanied by London Youth Games sailors. Later it will cross the Thames on-board a London Fire Brigade Fireboat.
Other places to view the torch:
Barking Park (9:57am)
Mayesbrook Park Training Centre (10:30am)
Dagenham Town Show, Central Park (11:45am)
Romford Market (1:37pm)
Danson Park (6:50pm)
Today's spectacular finale on the Thames for the Olympic flame marked the end of a seventy-day journey around the British Isles.
A round up of the torch route on its penultimate day
Walliams on carrying the torch