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4 Emmerdale spoilers next week: Will Tom King die as Belle attempts to escape abuse?

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Jai covers for his lies, Cain offers the wrong advice and Rose steps up for Dawn.

Next week, when he attempts to flee the community with his battered wife Belle King (Eden Taylor-Draper), Tom King (James Chase) faces certain death by electrocution.

In another scene, Jai Sharma (Chris Bisson) begins to show signs of devious behavior, which is beginning to affect his marriage to Lauriel Thomas (Charlotte Bellamy). But will she find out what he has been up to?

Jeff Hordley’s Cain Dingle gives advise to his locked-up stepson Matty Barton (Ash Palmisciano), and Christine Tremarco’s mother Rose Jackson gives Dawn Fletcher (Olivia Bromley) encouragement.

Will Tom King die as Belle King flees?

Belle admits to Tom that she told him she had a miscarriage rather than an abortion when speaking with Rachel, her mental health care coordinator. Belle worries that throughout the consultation, Rachel is starting to recognize the full scope of Tom’s authoritarian actions.

She begs Rachel to go, but when Rachel comforts her, the truth of Tom’s cruelty finally sinks in. When Rachel suggests that Belle take a vacation from Tom, a scared Belle nods cautiously. As Tom is putting the pieces together regarding Belle’s falsehoods, a conflicted Belle is gazing out of a taxi’s window.

When Belle claims to be walking Piper, Noah Dingle (Jack Downham) confesses that she was in town for an appointment. Tom, on the other hand, cannot control his wrath when he learns that Belle visited an abortion clinic.

Taking a rusty iron bar, Tom unleashes a barrage of strikes on everything and everything in the barn. Tom throws back his arm for one last swing, only to be electrocuted and forcefully thrown against a beam as the bar crashes into the barn’s rotary isolator behind him.

Belle has packed her bag and is prepared to travel to Scotland to visit her niece Debbie Dingle (Charley Webb) while Tom lies comatose, or worse. Will the terrible Tom perish, allowing Belle to be free from his cruelty?

Jai Sharma hides his cunning behaviour from Laurel Thomas

Laurel overhears Jai and Eric Pollard (Chris Chittell) having a heated chat, but Jai quickly vents his rage at Pollard. Later, Suni Sharma (Brahmdeo Shannon Ramana), who is keen to leave the community behind, begs Laurel for guidance regarding his boyfriend Nicky Miligan (Lewis Cope).

As she reminds Suni of the value of compromise in relationships, Laurel assures him that Jai would be heartbroken if he left. Thoughtfully considering Nicky’s request to leave the village, Suni is unaware that his older brother Jai is concealing information from him after driving their murderous father Amit (Anil Goutam) from the area. Additionally, we are aware that Suni and Nicky will be departing this summer.

When Pollard doesn’t pay for his drink, Laurel becomes suspicious and sends her to talk to Jai about it. When Laurel questions Jai about Pollard’s harsh demeanor at home, Jai feels like the walls are closing in. Will he reveal, nevertheless, that Pollard is using him as a pawn?

Cain Dingle gives Matty Barton worrying advice

After receiving a warning from her husband Matty to stop seeing him in prison, Amy Barton (Natalie Ann Jamieson) is concerned about him. When Matty phones Amy, they have a tense but appreciative conversation that ends with Matty bravely grinning in spite of his suffering.

However, he tries to hide his shock upon discovering Hardman. They’ve transferred Les inside his cell. With each of Les’s sharp, menacing jabs, a terrified Matty becomes more and more concerned about his own safety.

When Cain pays Matty a visit, his attempts to cheer him up are unsuccessful. Matty, who is terrified, reveals his new cellmate and tries to control his feelings.

When Cain tells Matty to use force against anyone who threatens him, he is terrified of what this could entail for him. Will Matty follow Cain’s advice?

And what will Samson Dingle (Sam Hall) have to do to prove Matty’s innocence about the stabbing?

Dawn Fletcher is bolstered by Rose Jackson’s support

When Dawn returns to Home Farm with her sick baby Evan, she becomes afraid that the bigger children will see their younger sibling and spread viruses to him while Evan fights leukemia.

Dawn’s overbearing protectiveness scares her husband Billy (Jay Kontzle), but Rose’s touching comment about Dawn’s innate aptitude to be a mother strengthens their bond as they begin constructing a fort together. Is Rose able to keep Dawn optimistic?

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