Emmerdale fans predict shocking twist to save Al Chapman's killer from prison | The Sun

EMMERDALE fans are convinced they have sussed who will take the fall for Al Chapman's death.

Last night on the ITV soap, viewers saw what exactly happened when Al Chapman was killed in a dramatic flashback episode.

At first, it looked like Cain Dingle killed him, with him taking the gun and luring Al into a fight.

But it was revealed that Cain’s son Kyle was really responsible.

Cain explained how Kyle had snuck into the barn after following his dad there and watched while hiding.

But when it looked like Al was getting the better of Cain, he ran up and grabbed the gun and told Al to get away from his dad.

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Al and Cain both panicked and tried to get Kyle to put the gun down.

But as the 10-year-old stepped back, he tripped and the gun fired – shooting Al dead.

With Cain facing 30 years in prison, will he take the fall for Al's murder?

Some fans predict Kerry will get involved and take the blame as she will be leaving the soap for maternity leave.

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One fan said: "Though with Kerry leaving as the actress is to go on maternity leave, she might also decide to protect her grandson and take the blame."

Another wrote: "I wonder if Kerry takes him on the run?? Bit far fetched but it would explain her sudden absence when she is quite key in this storyline?"

A third penned: "Surely Kerry might take the blame."

Emmerdale airs weekdays on ITV.

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