David Cameron and Ed Miliband will be making their big pitch to voters tonight in the first big set-piece TV election debate.
The Prime Minister and the Labour leader won’t actually be debating with one another, after Mr Cameron ruled out a head-to-head confrontation.
Instead, both men will be grilled by Jeremy Paxman in separate interviews, and face questions from a live studio audience.
Of course we don’t know what they’re going to say, but Labour and the Conservatives have a habit of deploying the same arsenal of dubious claims over and over again.
Here are some of the lies, half-truths and evasions that might come up tonight.
VAT and National Insurance
The biggest movement in the last few days. Labour had been accusing the Conservatives of planning a VAT hike in the next parliament.
Mr Cameron appeared to shoot that one down in the last Prime Minister’s Questions of this parliament, explicitly ruling out a VAT rise.
But Mr Miliband may bring up the fact that Mr Cameron said the Tories had “absolutely no plans to raise VAT” before the last election – before announcing in the very first budget of the coalition that it would rise from 17.5 to 20 per cent.