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Sophie Dainty From Digital Spy Ken Barlow will make an enemy of dangerous Pat Phelan on Coronation Street next week, sparking speculation that he could be the builder's next victim. Phelan's reign of terror on the cobbles has seen both Michael Rodwell and Andy Carver die under his watch and fans will be left fearing for Ken when he angrily confronts the villain in upcoming scenes. Phelan is already on edge over Todd's jokes about the spirit world (maybe he does have a conscience after all?) when an unknowing Ken also rubs him up the wrong way. View photos Photo credit: ITV More As Todd continues to poke fun at Phelan - implying that the killer's flat is haunted by ghosts - Phelan eventually loses his temper and shoves Todd up against a wall. However, Phelan's week goes from bad to worse when Ken later tears a strip off him for taking so long to do the kitchen, pointing out that he should be grateful for the work when most people wouldn't give him the time of day. Phelan is left seething over Ken's comments, but will he make him pay in the same way as Michael and Andy? Should Ken be worried? Coronation Street airs Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays on ITV. Just hit 'Like' on our Digital Spy Soaps Facebook page and 'Follow' on our @soapscoop Twitter account . Digital Spy Soap Scoop video hit play below for all the latest Coronation Street gossip, from Peter being tempted by alcohol again to Sally falling victim to a sickening prank. You Might Also Like
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24, 2017 Mar. 24, 2017 The player who gave us the famous Queenslander rally cry has uttered the most un-Maroon call of all time declaring an Englishman a better player than Origin legend Cameron Smith. Calling the Brisbane-Melbourne game on ABC Radio, Billy Moore said of Josh Hodgson: Hes the best number nine in the compat the moment he's better than Cameron Smith. Even the ABC match caller was stunned by the comment, exclaiming: That's a big call Billy Moore. As good as Hodgson is, Smith will go down as one of the best players to grace a rugby league field. The Melbourne, Queensland and Australia skipper has won premierships, Origins, World Cups and the Golden Boot award, and is headed for a place among rugby leagues elite group of Immortals. Even on current form, Smith is playing better than Hodgson, leading the Storm to three straight wins. It was the captains sideline conversion that sealed Melbournes two-point win over Brisbane in round three. NSW-born Moore is best known for screaming Queenslander! Queenslander! as he walked down the SFS tunnel with the Maroons at an Origin match in 1995. But he may want to wear a disguise next time he visits the Sunshine State.