The remaining Republican presidential candidates are expected to convene on stage Thursday in Houston, for their 10th showdown, with just two more sanctioned debates on the campaign calendar. To watch a live stream of the debate on, click here. To watch a live stream in Spanish on, click here.

The debate will be also broadcast on CNN and Telemundo at 8:30 p.m. EST. Telemundo's News App will also live-stream the debate.

For the candidates, it will be the last opportunity to pitch their policies before one of the biggest tests of the presidential race: the Super Tuesday primaries. Republican voters in Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Georgia, Massachusetts, Minnesota, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Virginia and Wyoming will all make their way to the polls Tuesday.

RTX26TV5 Republican U.S. presidential candidates Texas Sen. Ted Cruz (L) and Florida Sen. Marco Rubio (R) both gesture at businessman Donald Trump (C) during the Republican U.S. presidential candidates debate sponsored by CBS News and the Republican National Committee in Greenville, South Carolina Feb. 13, 2016. Photo: REUTERS

It's been hardly a minute since the Republican Party's Nevada caucus held Tuesday, where businessman Donald Trump emerged victorious with 45.9 percent of the vote -- more than his two rivals Florida Sen. Marco Rubio and Texas Sen. Ted Cruz's votes combined. 

Trump, Rubio and Cruz have all been invited to the Thursday debate, where they'll be joined by retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson and Ohio Gov. John Kasich. It's a debate that for Cruz will be on home turf. The debate will be the first this election season without former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, who suspended his campaign Saturday after a lackluster showing in the South Carolina Republican primary.

It will also be the third GOP debate hosted by CNN, though not the last: There is another CNN debate scheduled for March 10 at the University of Miami. NBC was originally slated to host the debate until the Republican National Committee rescinded its offer to host the 10th debate. The party referenced what they said were unfair questions at the NBC GOP debate on Oct. 30.

CNN host Wolf Blizter has been tapped to moderate the debate, along with Maria Celeste Arras from Telemundo as a panelist.