Watch the north-south divide.
Labour's Brendan Howlin makes it nine general elections in a row. Fianna Fáil will hold two, most likely sitting TDs James Browne and Malcolm Byrne, but they have to watch running mate Michael Sheehan benefiting from geography.
Fine Gael will drop one, from either ministers Paul Kehoe or Michael D'Arcy. Sinn Féin is not confident of Johnny Mythen as it feels he is too far north.
The last seat seems destined to go down south with former Fine Gael candidate and Independent Verona Murphy and former TD Mick Wallace backing Seán O'Shea. Aontú's Jim Codd is a long shot. The smart money appears to be on Independent Ger Carthy in Rosslare.
James Browne - Fianna Fail
Malcolm Byrne - Fianna Fail
Ger Carthy - Independent
Jim Codd - Aontú
Micheal D'Arcy - Fine Gael
Brendan Howlin - Labour
Paul Kehoe - Fine Gael
Lisa McDonald - Fianna Fail
Bart Murphy - Independent
Verona Murphy - Independent
Johnny Mythen - Sinn Fein
Séanie O'Shea - Independent4Change
Paula Roseingrieve - Green Party
Michael Sheehan - Fianna Fail
Deirdre Wadding - Solidarity-People Before Profit
* Bold text represents incumbent TD