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Corrie fans predict soap’s ‘first group’ to launch between Tyrone, Fiz and Phill

Coronation Street fans have predicted a brutal fight between Tyrone Dobbs and Phill Whittakeron as Fiz Stape on the ITV soap could turn steamy

Coronation Street fans have been anticipating that the ITV soap could see
Coronation Street fans have been anticipating that the ITV soap could see “group first” amid growing tensions between Tyrone Dobbs, Fiz Stape and Phill Whittaker.

Coronation Street fans have been anticipating that the ITV soap could see “group first” amid growing tensions between Tyrone Dobbs, Fiz Stape and Phill Whittaker.

The three ITV characters have shared some tense scenes since Fiz settled into new life with boyfriend Phill following a devastating breakup with Tyrone when he cheated on her with Alina Pop.

But even though Fiz went on, Tyrone and Phill locked their horns on the soap and even lunged at the bubbly redhead.

Desperate to make peace with Fiz, Tyrone has tried to make amends with what he did, but she is now in the process of settling down with her new man and buying a house with him.

Fiz, played by Jennie McAlpine, has decided to leave Weatherfield to move in with Phill, taking her children Ruby and Hope with her.







The three ITV soap figures have shared some tense scenes since Fiz settled in with new boyfriend Phill.
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While Alan Halsall’s character Tyrone was hanging around as they left, he clearly found it difficult to look Phill in the eye.

Coronation Street has now revealed another epic showdown between the characters in the coming weeks, as Tyrone enters another brutal battle with his love rival Phill.

Tyrone and Phill of Coronation Street were covered in wet concrete after the pair got into a fight while Phill and Fiz were doing home repairs.

But some ITV viewers have predicted that tensions could escalate into something a lot hotter on the soap, leading up to its first rallying event.







Coronation Street’s Fiz Brown got her out of the famous pebbles on ITV on Monday
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On Reddit, one eagle-eyed fan posted: “When will Tyrone and Phill start?

“The sex chemistry is there for all to see and now it looks like they’re going to have another childish ‘fight’ like at Christmas and throw mud at each other.

“Why don’t they become a group?”

Another quickly agreed: “Ironically, more chemistry than half of the couples on the street.”

A third savage onlooker petted Fiz, complaining: “Definitely after being with Fiz, they’ll see each other as the better choice!”







Fiz has left before her eyes with her new partner Phill and her daughters Hope and Ruby
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While the details of the Fiz, Tyrone, and Phill storyline are being kept under wraps, Phill is put in jeopardy as home renovations continue, while Fiz’s daughter Hope is behind the panel of a pretty big excavator.

The digger crashed into his car as Hope desperately tried to destroy the house Phill and Fiz were buying because she wanted to get back to the cobblestones.

One viewer said of the tense scenes: “Phill begged Hope to stop what she was doing, but she ignored him and his own car was affected!”

In this scene, which aired on ITV in late spring, Tyrone tells his daughters that they deserve to live somewhere nice with a big garden they can enjoy – away from home. pollution of the street.

Dang Quang Street broadcasts every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 8 pm on ITV channel.

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