The third and the last debate between Obama and Romney is slated on Monday, Oct 22 in Florida.
Experts say debate will mostly focus on foreign policy issues like Libya, Iran's nuclear weapons programme, China and situation in the Af-Pak region.
The debate holds great importance for both the contestants as it will influence the voters to choose their President. The US Presidential election is slated on Nov 6.
The debate will also feature issues like European financial crisis, the administration's 'reset' strategy with Russia, the United States relationship with emerging powers such as India and Brazil. It will be a 90-minute prime-time debate.
Obama, 51, is likely to flaunt killing of dreaded terrorist Osama Bin Laden in 2011 in Pakistan by American troops.
Experts say Romney, 65, is expected to corner Obama on the terrorist attack on the US Consulate in Benghazi that killed its ambassador to Libya, the rise of China, the reset-policy with Russia, the nuclear programme of Iran and the perceived differences with Israel.
The first high-stake debate between President Obama and Romney mostly discussed on crumbling US economy. It was held on Oct 3. The first debate saw Romney taking an edge over Obama. However, the second debate on Oct 16 saw Obama beating his rival in all departments of the debate, where an aggressive President gave a feisty performance.