Laser Interferometer House Antenna (LISA) will prolong the seek for gravitational waves (GWs) at |$0.1, {-}, 100$| mHz the place loud indicators from coalescing binary black holes of |$10^4 , {-}, 10^7, , rm {M}_{odot }$| are anticipated. Relying on their mass and luminosity distance, the uncertainty in the LISA sky-localization decreases from a whole lot of deg2 throughout the inspiral section to fractions of a deg2 after the merger. By utilizing the semi-analytical mannequin L-Galaxies utilized to the Millennium-I merger timber, we generate a simulated universe to establish the hosts of |$z, {le }, 3$| coalescing binaries with complete mass of |$3, {instances }, 10^{5}$|⁠, |$3, {instances }, 10^6$|⁠, and |$3, {instances }, 10^7, rm {M}_{odot }$|⁠, and ranging mass ratio. We discover that, even at the time of merger, the quantity of galaxies round the LISA sources is just too giant (⁠|${gtrsim }, 10^2$|⁠) to permit direct host identification. Nonetheless, if an X-ray counterpart is related to the GW sources at |$z, {< }, 1$|⁠, all LISA fields at merger are populated by |${lesssim }, 10$| lively galactic nuclei (AGNs) emitting above |${sim }, 10^{-17} , rm erg, cm^{-2}, s^{-1}$|⁠. For sources at increased redshifts, the poorer sky-localization causes this quantity to extend as much as |${sim }, 10^3$|⁠. Archival knowledge from eRosita will enable discarding |${sim }, 10{{ rm per cent}}$| of these AGNs, being too shallow to detect the dim X-ray luminosity of the GW sources. Inspiralling binaries in an lively section with plenty |${lesssim }, 10^6, rm {M}_{odot }$| at |$z, {le }, 0.3$| will be detected, as early as 10 h earlier than the merger, by future X-ray observatories in lower than a couple of minutes. For these programs, |${lesssim }, 10$| AGNs are inside the LISA sky-localization space. Lastly, the LISA-Taiji community would assure the identification of an X-ray counterpart 10 h earlier than merger for all binaries at |$z, {lesssim }, 1$|⁠.

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