The Democrats meet for the third time Saturday night in a debate that could contain more fireworks than anticipated following news that Bernie Sanders’ campaign had been suspended from using a Democratic National Committee voter database after some staffers accessed Hillary Clinton’s voter data. The Sanders campaign filed a lawsuit against the party Friday demanding its access be restored.

Here’s a viewer’s guide for following the action Saturday night.

When does it start?

The debate, which will feature Clinton, Sanders and Martin O’Malley, begins at 8 p.m. ET, and will be televised live on ABC, which is hosting the forum along with the New Hampshire Union Leader. The network will also livestream the debate on its website.

Where will the debate be held?

Saint Anselm College in Manchester, N.H.

Who will moderate?

David Muir and Martha Raddatz of ABC News will be at the helm. Muir and Raddatz were supposed to be joined by WMUR-TV anchor Josh McElveen, but the station was removed as a co-host of the debate after failing to resolve a labor dispute.

When is the next Republican debate?

The GOP is done for the year after holding its fifth debate on Tuesday. The party will gather next on Jan. 14, 2016, in North Charleston, S.C.

What about the Democrats?

After Saturday night, the party will have only one more debate — Jan. 17 in Charleston, S.C. — before the Feb. 1 Iowa caucuses and Feb. 9 New Hampshire primary.

What happened at the previous two Democratic debates?

Take a look back at our coverage below:

Oct 13 in Las Vegas:

Nov. 14 in Des Moines: