One to watch: One of the few constituencies where no change is anticipated.
Profile: This is the safest of Sinn Féin's three-seat constituencies and one where no major upset is expected. It is the home of the party's leader in Northern Ireland, Michelle O'Neill, who is consistently a big electoral draw.
A good geographical spread of candidates means the party is expected to retain the three seats it holds in this constituency which runs along the western shores of Lough Neagh.
This is an area which has one of the highest turnouts in Northern Ireland. It topped 72% last time and Sinn Féin took almost 53% of first preference votes.
The DUP is running a single candidate and, with almost 20% of first preferences, appears guaranteed to retain the seat. The SDLP holds the other seat. Veteran politician Patsy McGlone is a fixture at the Northern Ireland Assembly. He has been regularly elected since the early 2000s.
2017 Assembly Election: Sinn Féin 3; DUP 1; SDLP 1
Seats available: 5
Number of candidates: 14
Keith Buchanan, DUP
Linda Dillon, Sinn Féin
Meta Graham, UUP
Claire Hackett, Alliance Party
Alixandra Halliday, Aontú
Patrick Haughey, Independent
Sophia McFeely, People Before Profit Alliance
Patsy McGlone, SDLP
Glenn Moore, TUV
Michelle O'Neill, Sinn Féin
Conor Rafferty, Resume NI
Hugh Scullion, Workers Party
Emma Sheerin, Sinn Féin
Stefan Taylor, Green Party (NI)