Fairly even first round, an argument could be made for both boxers. Fitness looks to be the deciding factor in this fight, can Foster maintain the pace through 12 rounds.
Foster Jnr has only fought once in the last year and is looking rusty. Crolla is hitting him accurately with quick combinations..
Sky have caught up with Carl Froch in the dressing room, he's expecting to be in the ring in 'a couple of hours'.
Round three begins
Better round for Stephen Foster Jnr there, cut the ring off well and caught Crolla a couple of times. 10 - 9 Foster on out card
Round five under way - Crolla seems to be digging to Foster's body regularly now. The plan seems to be: slow him down and then pick him off in the later rounds.
Clear round for Crolla there, the body shots seem to have begun troubling Foster Jnr now...
Jamie Moore seems to have had a word in the break, Foster comes steaming out. Lots of effort from Foster Jnr but no reward...
Crolla weathers the storm and goes straight back to body shots...
It's not looking good for Foster Jnr. He's all heart but he's starting to look very tired now. Another round for Crolla.
And that's it! Foster Jnr's corner have called it off between rounds.
The body shots were the big difference, Crolla couldn't miss in the final round there. Crolla defends his WBO Intercontinental title. He'll be hoping to step up a level next year.
Speak of the devil. Next up to fight is Andy Lee, trained by Adam Booth.
Not a good start, 15 seconds in and he takes a huge overhand right to the jaw. Make up for it quickly by dropping his Hungarian opponent with a body shot
Well, Hafner makes it out of the first round. Replays of the shot that dropped him show it was a real sickener of a left to the ribs.
Hafner down again, a right this time.
The ref is starting to look quite closely at this now...
Hafner down again and the ref has called it off. Right decision from the official, Lee's left hand looked like it had a radar on it, couldn't miss.
Adam Booth dismisses rumours that he'll be making an appearance in Groves' corner tonight but wishes his old charge well.
Scott Quigg v Diego Silva up next
WBA super-bantam weight title is on the line.
Steely look of determination on Quigg's face...
First round under way. Quigg landing the more eye-catching shots so far. Silva's defences are wide open...
Quigg landing but looking a little tense. Throwing lots of heavy overhand rights but not landing many. Both fighters look like they need to settle down slightly. Still, a 10 - 9 round for Quigg
Froch by KO the overwhelming choice from MSN users.