The Dáil will debate a motion of confidence in the Government this morning.
The coalition has tabled a vote in itself, after the Labour Party submitted a motion of no confidence over the lifting of the eviction ban.
Just nine words are in the Government's motion of confidence in itself.
TDs being asked to vote on the statement "That Dáil Eireann reaffirms its confidence in the Government".
After fiery exchanges in the Dáil last night over Sinn Féin legislation looking to extend the eviction ban, Ministers face a similar debate this morning.
Labour leader Ivana Bacik has appealed to Independent TDs who supported the Government last week to change their minds today.
She said there is no point playing Mighty Mouse in the constituency, and Mickey Mouse in the Dáil.
The vote may well come down to the votes of Independent TDs.
However Government Ministers are sticking to their guns on lifting the eviction ban this week.
The coalition has yet to be run close in any confidence vote that, should they lose, would lead to an election.
A fact which often focuses minds when it comes time for TDs to cast their votes from the rather comfy chairs of Leinster House.