By Ian Lang, Ynys Môn
Ukip's Nathan Gill is speculating that Plaid may well take the Ynys Môn seat, with his party coming in third after Labour.
Plaid Cymru are saying they believe it's going to be close, with much depending on the vote in Holyead.
It could hinge on how many Labour voters take a punt on UKIP - but one observer is saying that, at the moment, the Conservatives seem to be doing better than UKIP.
Meanwhile the Liberal Democrat candidate Mark Rosenthal is admitting that it's not likely to be his night, but is still hoping to pick up votes.
But, as one party helper said: "The night is still young."
A Welsh defector to UKIP has returned to the Conservative party - less than six months after leaving it.
Now the former Newport councillor says that he thinks the only way to secure controls on immigration and a renegotiation of Britain's membership of the European Union is by voting Conservative. But he told Political Editor Adrian Masters that he has no regrets about his move.
In terms of Mr Routley's membership: we would say that whilst it is always unfortunate to lose a member, winning votes is what matters, and UKIP are on-course to win millions of votes in this election.
Meanwhile, UKIP Wales leader Nathan Gill told ITV News: "It's no difference to us, one way or the other":
During the Wales Election Debate Nathan Gill said that the Welsh Assembly are 'not dealing with what they have got adequately' after being asked whether the Assembly should have more powers.
Leanne Wood then responded to Gill's claims by saying that the Welsh Assembly are 'not children.'
It follows an analogy he used to explain his point further by saying that 'when my children ask for more food I tell them to finish what's on their plate first.'
In his opening statement, Ukip's Nathan Gill has said that his party has the 'most fair' immigration policies of all of the parties involved in the debate.
He also said that Ukip will 'fight' for British jobs for British people.
UKIP has pledged more money for Wales as it launched its Welsh manifesto in Merthyr Tydfil today.Read the full story ›
UKIP in Wales has pledged to replace the Barnett Formula at the launch of its general election manifesto.
It says it wants to make the allocation of funding to Wales fairer, raise the 40p tax threshold to £55,000 and scrap inheritance tax.
It's also vowed to reform the immigration system by introducing an Australian-style points system.
Donald Grewar apologised to the party for his "foolishness" in a letter withdrawing from the race for Newport East in Wales.Read the full story ›
First Minister Carwyn Jones has been talking about the latest Welsh Political Barometer poll, which shows Labour support for next year's Westminster election down to 36%. Two years ago, the party enjoyed 54% support in Wales.
What I take heart from is the fact that despite being in government for 17 years, despite what we've seen happening unfortunately to our colleagues in Scotland, we remain by far the most popular choice for the people of Wales.
Carwyn Jones also said that Labour was ready to take the fight to UKIP, which appears to be on course to become a significant force in the Senedd, according to expert analysis of how people said they would vote in an Assembly election.
We are very keen to combat them by emphasising that UKIP is -when they decide what they stand for- very much a party of the right.
The latest Welsh opinion poll shows Labour support slipping but Prof Roger Scully suggests that the party could still make modest gains.Read the full story ›