- France's two presidential candidates go on the offensive in crucial debate
- The far right's Marine Le Pen brands her opponent a "candidate of the elite"
- Centrist Emmanuel Macron strikes back, accusing her of lying
- The two argue over terrorism, the French economy and Europe
- Four days from the poll, the debate is seen as the last real chance for Le Pen to close the gap on Macron in the polls
- The last time the far right came this close to power was in 2002 under Marine Le Pen's father, Jean-Marie Le Pen
- Some 20 million French viewers are expected to tune in for the debate, due to last 2 hours and 20 minutes