Emmerdale confirms Liv is among injured characters and promises one will die

The three victims of Emmerdale's latest shock storyline were revealed on Wednesday night, as flash-forward scenes showed Jimmy King (Nick Miles), Liv Flaherty (Isobel Steele) and Paul Ashdale (Reece Dinsdale) all laid up in hospital beds.

ITV bosses have promised that at least one of them will die.

In the build-up to Mandy and Paul’s wedding this week, each episode has featured a blue-tinged flash-forward scene, with Mandy Dingle (Lisa Riley), Aaron Dingle (Danny Miller) and Nicola King (Nicola Wheeler) visiting their respective loved ones.

Tonight, shocking scenes showed Mandy approach Paul’s bed with a bunch of what look to be wedding flowers clutched in her hands.

She looks a little smug – even gleeful – at seeing her would-be husband attached to tubes in the hospital, with a bandage across his head and his eyes swollen shut.

Fans are desperate for Mandy to find out that Paul is the one who has been beating his son Vinny (Bradley Johnson) for months.

Meanwhile, there are tears visible in Aaron’s eyes as he watches over his sister Liv, who is hooked up to an oxygen mask and covered in cuts.

She was, however, the only one not connected to breathing tubes.

And Nicola can’t bear to look as poor Jimmy is swamped with breathing apparatus.

Emmerdale will air its biggest stunt since the pandemic began as Jimmy crashes his van into a farm building this week.

Viewers aren’t certain on what exactly is going to occur – just that the next Dingle wedding is sure to be drenched in disaster.

And judging by the flash-forwards, someone has suffered blunt trauma to the head.

Fans have flooded Twitter with their predictions.

"I don’t want Paul to die," one tweeted. “It’s the easy way out for him. Liv is a little firecracker isn’t she? Great actress who plays her. I think there would be a revolt if she got killed off lol. Jimmy? Meh! I’m not digging his storyline much of late, so I hope it’s him."

Another threw a spanner in the works: "Just because they showed Liv, Paul and Jimmy in hospital doesn’t mean it is going to be one of them that dies."

Someone else theorised: "Liv will die, Jimmy will be arrested for dangerous driving meaning he could lose Carl, Paul will try and lie about why Liv was there and say Connor beat Vinny again, but the Dingles will be secretly plotting their revenge on him is my guess."

A fourth guessed: "Maybe Liv won’t die but the blunt trauma to her head will make her epilepsy worse and that will be the next storyline for her."

And another fan pleaded: "My hubby thinks Liv is the one who meets a sticky end in @Emmerdale cos she wasn’t listed in the credits next week in the mag, please make it so he isn’t right."

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Some fans proposed that it will be Vinny who is killed off, as he recently suffered internal bleeding from Paul’s beating.

And in Wednesday night’s episode, his villainous father pinned him to the floor with his foot, leaving the youngster breathless and in pain.

Others have theorised Rodney Blackstock, who made a shock return to the soap on Monday, will be the one to make his final Emmerdale exit.

Charity Dingle could also be in the firing line, according to fans.

Paul Ashdale actor Reece Dinsdale let slip on This Morning that there are four potential victims – one of whom hasn’t been shown yet.

But only time will tell which characters will be airing their final scenes this week, before one or more meet their "untimely" deaths.

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