Natasha in Corrie
In danger? (Picture: ITV)

As Coronation Street’s deadly week nears ever closer, fans are continuing to speculate who will meet their end, and after a recent episode of the ITV soap, viewers are wondering whether Natasha Blakeman (Rachel Leskovac) will be the person who doesn’t make it out of the ordeal alive.

Last night (October 13), Natasha told son Sam (Jude Riordan) that she had bought them tickets to Debbie Webster’s (Sue Devaney) Horror Nation Street evening.

However, viewers are aware that Debbie’s plan for a fun and spooky evening will turn into something horrific when the Platt’s sinkhole collapses, sending people down into the Victorian sewers.

Right now, we know Jenny (Sally Ann Matthews), Johnny (Richard Hawley), Corey (Maximus Evans) and Abi (Sally Carman) will fight for their lives in the murky waters, but is Corrie leading us in the wrong direction in terms of who could die?

Elsewhere, we also know villainous Harvey (Will Mellor) is set to return to Weatherfield.

Hellbent on revenge, evil Harvey will confront Leanne (Jane Danson) after she successfully put the drug lord behind bars.

While it looks like Harvey is focusing on destroying Leanne, Coronation Street is known for delivering shock twists, so what if Natasha stands in the way between Harvey and Leanne’s showdown, causing her to die instead?

Looking at the spoilers, Nick (Ben Price) is set to make a shocking discovery in the flat – could it be Natasha’s dead body?

Fans seem to think Natasha’s recent scenes of planning her future in Weatherfield are pointing to the fact her life is in jeopardy.

To add to the theory, Corrie viewers are questioning a recent tweet from Rachel Leskovac, who spoke in the past tense about working with Jimmi Harkishin (Dev Alahan) and Jane Hazlegrove (Bernie Winters).

Of course, Rachel could be relating to the fact Natasha often doesn’t have scenes with Bernie and Dev, and she enjoyed working with Jimmi and Jane for that specific block.

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After these theories from fans, and Corrie having a history of killing mums and leaving children with their fathers, who knows?

Perhaps we have worked it out after all…

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