One to watch: Can Alliance gain a seat at the expense of Sinn Féin?
Profile: This should see a fascinating battle between Alliance and Sinn Féin for the fifth and final seat. Sinn Féin is defending two seats in this constituency. But their second is a target for Alliance which ran them quite close in 2017.
Alliance is expecting to do well with voters, an expectation strengthened by a series of opinion polls in recent months, and this is one of the constituencies where they hope to benefit.
The DUP is running two new candidates to replace a long-standing MLA and deputy party leader Paula Bradley who is standing down to look after her elderly parents. Both candidates are expected to be returned.
The SDLP's Nichola Mallon has built a strong profile as Infrastructure Minister in the previous Assembly and is expected to hold her seat comfortably.
Sinn Féin's Gerry Kelly is expected to retain his seat. But his running mate Carál Ní Chuilín, a former Stormont minister, could be in a tight race with Nuala McAllister of Alliance for the last.
2017 Assembly Election: Sinn Féin 2; DUP 2; SDLP 1
First preference vote share 2017:
Sinn Féin 29.4%
Ulster Unionist Party 5.8%
Seats available: 5
Number of candidates: 14
Phillip Brett, DUP
Julie-Anne Corr-Johnston, UUP
Fiona Ferguson, People Before Profit Alliance
Billy Hutchinson, PUP
Gerry Kelly, Sinn Féin
Lily Kerr, Workers Party
Brian Kingston, DUP
Seán MacNiocaill, Aontú
Nichola Mallon, SDLP
Nuala McAllister, Alliance Party
Ron McDowell, TUV
Carál Ní Chuilín, Sinn Féin
Mal O'Hara, Green Party (NI)
Stafford Ward, Independent