Corrie spoilers predict Peter’s Carla heartache, Simon danger and Geoff ‘return’

Coronation Street spoilers have predicted funeral fights, cocaine stashes, and ghostly returns in upcoming scenes, teasing the drama to come.

It all kicks off between Gail Platt (Helen Worth) and Eileen Grimshaw (Sue Cleaver), as their age-old feud manages to spoil the otherwise sombre funeral of Ted Page.

Elsewhere, Lucas (Glen Wallace) worms himself into the business of the Underworld factory – leaving Peter Barlow (Chris Gascoyne) feeling he is losing the love of his life.

His son, Simon Barlow (Alex Bain), is going through an equally rough patch, as his new friend Jacob initiates him into the world of crime.

On top of that, Yasmeen Nazir (Shelley King) is faced with the horrifying scale of Geoff Metcalfe's (Ian Bartholomew) debt, while Alya (Sair Khan) fears her gran won't cope with the financial woes.

Below are the most shocking Corrie spoilers of the week, kicking off on Monday, February 23.

Heartbreak looms for Corrie lovers

Lucas appears at Underworld to engage in a business deal, assuring Carla Connor (Alison King) he has nothing but honourable intentions.

Getting down to business in the factory, Carla and Lucas are deep in discussion when Peter appears behind them, wielding a bunch of flowers.

He overhears part of their conversation, and slips out unnoticed, his flowers wilting in his hand and an expression of heartbreak on his face.

Carla is supposed to go to Harrogate to meet one of Lucas' colleagues, but when Jenny Connor (Sally Ann Matthew) invites her for a drink and suggests she send Sarah Platt (Tina O'Brien) in her place, she agrees.

A little tipsy from her wine, Carla rejects Peter's messages, letting him think she decided to go to Harrogate after all.

When Peter learns she didn't go, he jumps to conclusions and assumes she enjoyed a wild night of passion with Lucas.

Carla assures him of the truth but admits she fears she is the reason he has been driven to alcoholism.

Later, Lucas appears in the factory, letting Carla know he's sticking around for the long haul, their business proposal having been accepted.

Does Lucas have what it takes to shatter Carla and Peter's trust completely?

Hard drugs and hard times

Simon's involvement in Jacob's life of crime ramps up when he's invited to join his gang.

Meanwhile, his mum Leanne Battersby (Jane Danson) is preoccupied with a visit from a psychic, hoping he will be able to communicate with Oliver.

Toyah Battersby (Georgia Taylor) witnesses the psychic's session, and after Leanne realises the man is a con, she boots him out of the flat.

Gently, Toyah suggests Leanne ought to pay more attention to Simon, who she saw smoking weed with Jacob in Victoria Gardens.

Leanne shrugs her off, but when Nick Tilsley (Ben Price) and Sam come over for a visit, disaster strikes.

Simon takes Sam out for a cycle, but when Jacob comes calling, he leaves Sam – and his delivery bag – behind.

Little Sam is left with two big bags of cocaine in his possession – could his life be in danger?

Geoff's ghost pops up

Geoff finds a way to haunt Yasmeen beyond the grave in upcoming scenes, as his mounting debts threaten to ruin her stability.

Alya is horrified to find a pile of final demand bills in the office, realising Yasmeen also has her legal fees to face.

She tries desperately to convince Yasmeen to sell the community centre, which would solve all of her problems, but her gran won't hear of it.

The situation worsens when bailiffs turn up at the door, threatening to take all of Yasmeen's possessions if she doesn't pay up.

Later, they make an appointment at the bank, only for the clerks to reveal that Yasmeen is responsible for the debt as her signature is on the documents.

With Yasmeen breaking into a panic, the bank manager suddenly morphs into Geoff, leaving her horrified.

Everyone tries to help Yasmeen financially, but she decides she needs to solve her problems alone, determined to find her own feet again.

Can Yasmeen manage to find a way out of this financial hell hole?

Catfight on the cobbles

George Shuttleworth (Tony Maudsley) is forced to step in when Steve McDonald (Simon Gregson) and Tim Metcalfe (Joe Duttine) argue over who will drive the hearse for Ted's funeral on the street.

He decides to put them both to the test, giving the pair the chance to get behind the wheel to see who is the better driver.

Tim wins, only for Eileen to scold him over his childish behaviour and remind him of the tragic nature of the event they are hosting.

Things go badly wrong on the day, as Tim gets the jitters and refuses to drive the hearse.

Eileen is forced to step in at the final moment and lives up to Gail's expectations in ruining her father's funeral.

George rails at Eileen, pushing her out of his life and insisting she made a fool of his funeral business.

Gail appears and tries to drag George away for genealogy research, only for Eileen to start screeching at her.

A catfight ensues, until George steps in and orders Gail and Eileen to stop rowing.

Will they be able to put their feud behind them once and for all – or is Weatherfield set for war?

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

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