Marco Rubio, Donald Trump and Ted Cruz
Marco Rubio, Donald Trump and Ted Cruz—along with long-shot candidate John Kasich—will face off on 3 March for the 11th GOP debateReuters

Four of the five remaining Republican presidential candidates will meet for the 11th GOP debate following Super Tuesday on Thursday 3 March. Long-shot candidate, Ben Carson, announced on Wednesday (2 March) that he will not participate in the debate and suggested that he would be ending his campaign.

The debate, hosted by Fox News, will take place at the historic Fox Theatre in Detroit, Michigan and will help set the stage for a month with more than 15 primaries and caucuses across the US. Just two days after the next debate, the remaining Republican candidates will head to Kansas, Kentucky, Maine and Louisiana for primaries and caucuses on 5 March. Their attention will return to Michigan—along with Mississippi, Idaho and Hawaii–on 8 March.

Seven state wins on Super Tuesday placed Donald Trump well ahead of his competitors in the race for the party's nomination. The GOP frontrunner now has 319 delegates, ahead of Ted Cruz with 226, Marco Rubio with 110, John Kasich with 25 and Carson with 8.

Where and When

The post-Super Tuesday debate will be broadcast live at 9pm EST/2am GMT from the Fox Theatre in Detroit, Michigan. The debate is hosted by Fox News, which has hosted two other Republican debates this election season, and will be moderated by Chris Wallace, Bret Baier and Megyn Kelly. GOP frontrunner Donald Trump has had issues with Kelly before for her tough questioning, going as far as to skip the last debate hosted by the network.

How to Watch

Like the first 11 GOP debates, the upcoming bout between the top four remaining presidential candidates will be available on a number of platforms. Fox News will air the debate live and will also provide a live stream on Fox News Radio, Fox News Mobile and on its website www.foxnews.com.

The next GOP debate will be on 10 March from the University of Miami in Miami, Florida. The 12th Republican debate will be sponsored by CNN, Salem Media Group and The Washington Times and will air on CNN. Democrats will also have a debate coming up on 6 March from Flint, Michigan. The CNN-hosted debate will be moderated by Anderson Cooper, along with Don Lemon and Dana bash.

IBTimes UK will be live blogging the debate beginning at 9pm EST/2am GMT.