Day 3 saw 96 games played as the remaining group games were completed,before both the quarter-finals and semi-finals were staged.
And it was the Chinese team who stamped their authority on proceedings with13 of their competitors reaching the gold-medal matches in their respective classes.
In the women’s Singles - Class 5, China are guaranteed gold after wins for Zhang Bian and Gu Gai in their semi-finals.
On playing her countrywoman in the final, Zhang said: ‘It's a common-sense situation, we are used to it. The winner will depend on which of us plays well.’
Gu added: ‘Both of us are familiar with each other and I hope I can develop well (for the final). For this game, it depends on who is going to make large mistakes. Who is going to be brave, who is paying attention to detail.’
In the women’s Class 10 final, 16-year-old Chinese player Yang Qian will take on Poland’s defending Paralympic champion and Olympic representative Natalia Partyka, who beat Australian Melissa Tapper in her semi-final and is yet to lose a game in the tournament.
Feng Panfeng is another defending champion who is yet to lose a single game at London 2012 and the Chinese Class 3 player booked his final spot in fine style with another 3-0 win, and he now faces Serbia’s Zlatko Kesler in the final.
The home fans had cause for celebration as Will Bayley became the only Great Britain player to reach a final in the individual events at the Games after beating Maxym Nikolenko of Ukraine 3-1 in the men’s Class 7 competition.
Bayley, who will face Germany’s defending champion Jochen Wollmert in the final, said: ‘I'm happy, I don't know what to say. I have just given it everything I've got and left everything on the table.
'The home crowd spurred me on. I just got through it - I don't know how.
'I obviously want to win tomorrow. No celebrations tonight, just a cup of tea, two sugars, and go to bed.'
Wollmert, who beat world number one Mykhaylo Popov of Ukraine in his semi-final to reach his fifth Paralympic Games final of his career, added: ‘It's really great for me to play against a British player in the final. It is my dream to play against Will in the final because I like to play against the atmosphere with the spectators.'
There will be an-all Hong Kong final in the women’s Class 11 after Wong Ka Man and Yeung Chi Ka came through their semi-finals, while the men's Class 6 world number one Alvaro Valera will become one of a select group of Spanish players to win a Table Tennis medal at the Paralympic Games if he can beat Thailand’s Rungroj Thainiyom in the final.
Thu Kamkasomphou (Class 8) will hope to be France's first Table Tennis gold medal winner in London. However, it won't be easy as she faces China's Mao Jingdian.