Coronation Street fans spot 'proof' Peter is Rana's killer in new trailer

Coronation Street fans think Peter is Rana’s killer after new trailer

It's what Peter doesn't say that has fans convinced he is guilty

Coronation Street fans have spotted ‘proof’ Peter Barlow is the villain responsible for Rana Habeeb’s death.

The former sailor behaves very suspiciously in the explosive trailer for the reveal of the villain and it’s what he doesn’t say that has fans convinced he will confess all.

As Carla suffers from paranoid delusions, Peter struggles to calm her down in the first look footage of the dramatic week of late-night episodes of the soap.

Distraught by her emotional state and the guilt she feels over Rana’s death in the factory roof collapse, Carla insists: “I killed her.”

And fans are convinced the conversation will continue and Peter, heartbroken over Carla’s state, will confess his own guilt in an attempt to make her feel better.

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One said: “That’s setting Peter up to confess!”

Another added: “Now you really wouldn’t be silly enough to make Peter the villain after all this now would you?!”

It has previously been confirmed that the identity of the new cobbles super villain will be uncovered during the week, when we will also get to see a special episode showing Carla’s mental breakdown from her perspective.

Coronation Street fans spot 'proof' Peter is Rana's killer in new trailer
Carla is distraught in the trailer (Credit: ITV)

Both Carla and Peter are still in line to be the villain,.

Builder Gary Windass, his former apprentice Seb Franklin and Robert Preston all remain under suspicion of causing the collapse for nefarious purposes.

The favourite is still Carla’s business partner, Nick Tilsley, who has come under increasing suspicion ever since trying to take sole control over the factory.

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Even his own family suspect he had something to do with it.

But he has more than enough trouble coping with his guilt over stealing from his grandmother, Audrey, to fund his purchase of the factory and his divorce bill.

Could he be responsible for all of it?

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