Coronation Street's Gary Windass (Mikey North) was furious as he finally discovered that Maria Connor (Samia Longchambon) cheated on him recently with Ali Neeson (James Burrows).
Coronation Street spoilers have revealed that Gary will get his own back by secretly poisoning Ali, causing him to collapse at work and be rushed to hospital.
The attack will end in Ali leaving the cobbles after fighting for his life, leaving Maria to fight against Gary's wrath on her own.
Is the serial killer going to take revenge on his partner, and is she going to be safe?
According to Buzz Bingo, Coronation Street has the soap with the highest number of women killed off, with 70 women dying since 1960.
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In comparison, Emmerdale has seen 61 females meet their maker, while EastEnders has seen only 50.
Fans also know that Gary has killed off characters before, having been responsible for the death of Rana Habeeb, who died after he tampered with the factory roof.
He also murdered Rick Neelan in a deadly showdown in the woods, which is yet to be discovered by everyone around him.
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Is jealousy about to push him to kill again, as he takes his revenge behind closed doors?
Meanwhile, fans are desperate for Maria to finally see Gary's true colours, as she has been told by many people that Gary is a shady character.
Maria has been determined not to believe it, but it looks like Gary's revenge against Ali will finally sway her.
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Ali is set to trap her inside his car and drive off with her stuck inside as he becomes determined to make her believe that Gary spiked him.
Is Maria finally going to realise that her boyfriend is dangerous, or will it be too late?
Coronation Street continues on Monday at 7.30pm on ITV.
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