Sunday shows preview: It's go time in Iowa

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The top presidential hopefuls in both parties will make one last appeal to the voters of Iowa on the Sunday shows this week, just a day before the Hawkeye State's caucuses.

GOP front-runner Donald TrumpDonald TrumpTrump camp talking points: Mention Monica Lewinsky Trump floats theory that Google suppresses negative news on Clinton Trump: I saved former Miss Universe's job 'and look what I get out of it' MORE will be making three appearances on the day, and the conversations are expected to focus on his decision to skip Thursday night's Fox News Republican debate in Des Moines.

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He chose not to participate in the debate due to his long-running feud with moderator Megyn Kelly — who he believes would have been unfair towards him — and because of a harsh statement from Fox.

Meanwhile, Democratic favorite Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonCongress departs for recess until after Election Day House approves stopgap funding, averting costly shutdown Trump camp talking points: Mention Monica Lewinsky MORE will be making just one appearance, in which she will likely be asked about the State Department's recent announcement that 22 "top secret" emails had been found on her private server.

GOP contender Ted CruzTed CruzHouse approves stopgap funding, averting costly shutdown Overnight Tech: TV box plan faces crucial vote | Trump transition team to meet tech groups | Growing scrutiny of Yahoo security Could Snapchat be the digital bridge to younger voters? MORE and Democratic hopeful Bernie SandersBernie SandersOvernight Finance: Congress poised to avoid shutdown | Yellen defends Fed from Trump | Why Obama needs PhRMA on trade Trump mocks Clinton for stumbling while sick with pneumonia Brent Budowsky: Sanders and Warren shine MORE have both made strong final pushes in Iowa, and look to use their multiple Sunday show appearances to overtake their party front-runners.

ABC's "This Week": Clinton and Sanders, who will face off in the Iowa Democratic caucuses a day later, will both appear, as will Trump.

CBS' "Face the Nation": GOP presidential contender Marco Rubio, who has been turning his sights on rivals Cruz and Chris Christie in the weeks leading up to Iowa and New Hampshire, will make one last appeal to caucus-goers. Trump will also make his second appearance of the day.

CNN's "State of the Union": Cruz and Rubio, who have been trading shots in the lead-up to Iowa, will both appear. Sanders will also give his second interview of this week's circuit.

"Fox News Sunday": Cruz and Trump, the two favorites to win Iowa, co-headline the program.

NBC's "Meet the Press": Cruz, Rubio and Sanders will each make an appearance.