Corrie spoilers predict Tyrone death fears, Ray attempted murder and shock exit

Coronation Street spoilers have predicted highs and lows in scenes to come, with everything from near-death experiences to romantic proposals.

Kevin (Michael Le Vell) and Debbie Webster (Sue Devaney) find their lives in danger as they battle the cold inside a locked freezer, as the police try to track them down.

Elsewhere, Tyrone Dobbs (Alan Halsall) fears the worst when he collapses to the floor with heart pains, leaving Fiz Brown (Jenny McAlpine) in a panic.

Ed Bailey (Trevor Michael Georges) is delighted when his charming brother Ronnie moves to the street – but Aggie (Lorna Laidlaw) fails to mask her disappointment.

Meanwhile, Paul Foreman (Peter Ash) quits his job as his heartbreak mounts, and the prison psychiatrist finally diagnoses Johnny Connor's (Richard Hawley) mystery condition.

Below are the most shocking Corrie spoilers of the week – don't miss an episode.

Ray's evil ploy exposed

Abi Franklin (Sally Carman) believes Kevin has taken Jack to camp, but when she learns he never showed up, she starts to panic.

She breaks into the bistro, hoping to find some answers, only to learn Ray Crosby's (Mark Frost) money has been signed over to Debbie's name.

Meanwhile, trapped inside the freezer, Kevin tries desperately to keep his sister conscious as they reflect on their childhood, having a heart to heart while battling to survive.

Ray is called into the police station to discuss the Webster siblings' disappearance but is later released, only to head to the airport to flee the country.

As Debbie slips into unconsciousness, Abi bursts into the bistro and finds them trapped inside the freezer in the nick of time.

Piling Kevin and Debbie into an ambulance, Abi discovers it was Ray who trapped them in there.

Copper Craig Tinker (Colson Smith) reports Ray for attempted murder, and the hunt is on to find him before he boards his flight.

And, emotional after Kevin's near-death experience, Abi gets on bended knee in the hospital and asks for his hand in marriage.

Will the authorities manage to track Ray down so they can all live happily ever after?

Tyrone hospital dash

Tyrone and Fiz are stricken when Gary Windass (Mikey North) orders them to refund the £600 worth of missing stock that has been stolen from the furniture shop.

While Fiz fumes at Tyrone over his foolishness, he suddenly slumps to the floor, gripping his chest as his family rallies around him in fear.

Acting fast, Tyrone is rushed to the hospital, only to learn he was simply suffering from heartburn.

However, the incident scares him and he vows to turn his life around, investing in a yoga mat to work on his health.

Unfortunately, Fiz seethes at him for wasting money on the mat and starts to poke fun at him when he heads off to his yoga class.

Can Tyrone turn his life around for the better – and will Fiz get on board with the change?

Todd gets the upper hand

Billy Mayhew (Daniel Brocklebank) sets about transforming the church, telling Todd Grimshaw (Gareth Pierce) he plans to create more disabled access for churchgoers.

Todd suggests he sell the church pews to free up space, and cons him out of money by flogging the benches for £6,000 – pocketing an extra £1,500 for himself.

When Paul sees Billy and Todd discussing the pews, he assumes the worst and says it's obvious there's a spark still between them.

Paul quits his job because he can no longer work with Todd, and is devastated to tell Summer (Harriet Bibby) he can't take her out for the day due to money problems.

Ed overhears and offers him work as a builder in a new project in the archdeacon's house, which a grateful Paul accepts.

However, when he tells Summer he can take her out after all, she reveals Todd already bought her flash tickets to go to Bletchley Park.

Can Paul get over his jealousy and fight to keep Billy and Summer in his life?

Johnny gets some answers

Imagining he sees a cat in his cell, Johnny seeks help from the psychiatrist, who diagnoses him with Charles Bonnet syndrome.

Giving Johnny medicine, the doc advises his hallucinations will soon stop as the meds take effect.

When Jenny Connor (Sally Ann Matthews) comes to visit Johnny, he confesses he doesn't want the hallucinations to stop, as he likes seeing Aidan again.

Jenny is concerned by the revelation, but tries to cover up her fears for Johnny's sake, urging him to follow the doctor's advice.

Can Johnny manage to return to full health, or does Jenny have a right to be concerned?

Leanne rages at her son

When Simon Barlow (Alex Bain) learns his mum has been spending a fortune on a TV psychic, he rails at her and warns her its a con.

Leanne Battersby (Jane Danson) lets him know her grief for Oliver is getting worse, but the feathers she has found give her hope.

Jacob offers Simon another job delivering drugs, and at first, he considers doing it, but later changes his mind – leaving his new friend furious.

Meanwhile, Nick Tilsley (Ben Price) grows concerned when he meets Leanne and she tells him about the feathers, convinced they're a sign from Oliver.

His concerns mount when Leanne almost gets hit by a car after chasing the feather down the street.

To make matters worse, Leanne finds one of Simon's pillows has been ripped open and chucked out, and assumes he's involved in some dodgy dealings.

As she tears into her son, will Leanne realise Simon has been struggling in recent weeks?

Weatherfield gets a new resident

Things are a little rocky between Michael Bailey (Ryan Russell) and Grace Vickers (Kate Spencer), as he loses patience with her in the run-up to her delivery date.

Some good news arrives when Ed learns his brother Ronnie (Vinta Morgan) is coming to visit, letting Michael know his uncle is en route.

Unfortunately, Aggie is less than pleased, and things worsen when Ronnie appears in a flash sports car.

The brothers are overjoyed to see each other, but Aggie shares her concerns with Grace, revealing Ronnie has a habit of leading Ed astray.

How will Aggie feel when she hears Robbie is moving to Weatherfield for the long haul?

Coronation Street airs on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 7.30pm and 8.30pm on ITV.

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