Emmerdale's Cain Dingle (Jeff Hordley) looks set to get revenge on Jamie Tate (Alexander Lincoln) after their showdown on Friday night.
Not only is Cain furious that Jamie and Belle are dating, and she is leaving her family behind to go and live with him, Kim Tate's son is also hiding a huge secret.
Cain doesn't know that Jamie is the one who nearly killed Moira Dingle (Natalie J Robb) in a brutal hit and run earlier this year.
Jamie and Belle have been hiding the truth from everyone, but as a mysterious new witness has come forward to the police, it looks like the truth is about to come out.
Is Cain going to kill Jamie when he finds out he left Moira for dead, who he has recently realise he is still in love with?
It doesn't look good for the soap's new villain, as Emmerdale is the soap with the highest number of people being pushed to their deaths.
Fans will remember iconic moments such as Emma Barton pushing her husband James to his death off a flyover into oncoming traffic.
She was then killed the next year by Moira Dingle after being pushed off a viaduct following her shooting her own son Finn.
There have been five deaths in total in the Dales, with Rachel Hughes, Katie Sugden and Tom King also being shoved to their deaths.
In comparison, Coronation Street has had only one, with Steve Tanner being pushed to his death in 1968.
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EastEnders has had three, coming in second place, with Barry Evans, Andy Hunter, and Margaret Midhurst meeting their makers.
Is Cain going to push Jamie to his death after discovering what he did to Moira?
The soap badboy may have another motive to kill Jamie, as fans have predicted he could become emotionally abusive towards Belle.
After he showed suspicious behaviour towards his new girlfriend on Friday night, fans think he could be about to become the new Geoff Metcalfe.
Is the soap set for a dark turn?
Emmerdale continues on Monday at 7pm on ITV.
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