Coronation Street Dev’s Aadi heartache, Leo murder fears and shooting aftermath

Coronation Street's Dev Alahan (Jimmi Harkishin) is left gutted next week as Bernie Winter (Jane Hazelgrove) smashes his son Aadi Alahan's (Adam Hussain) golf trophy while cleaning.

He sacks her on the spot leaving a heartbroken Bernie desperate for cash.

However, she later finds her lookalike Fern’s (Gabrielle Glaister) card and gives her a call.

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Dressed in Fern’s finery and making out she’s got a job interview, Bernie leaves Paul Forman (Peter Ash) to babysit the quads. What is she up to?

When Dev apologises for overreacting about the broken trophy, he pours out his heart to Bernie, blaming himself for failing to protect Aadi.

Bernie assures him nobody could wish for a better dad and Dev’s touched by her kindness.

When Leo Thompkins’s (Joe Frost) dad Teddy (Grant Burgin) warns him he’s mad to chuck his life away on a woman twice his age who can’t be trusted, Leo voices his doubts to Gemma.

On a mission to prove that Stephen Reid (Todd Boyce) is a liar, Leo speaks to the estate agent who was booked to value Audrey Roberts' (Sue Nicholls) house, before eavesdropping on a conversation with Gabrielle Reid (Helene Maksoud).

Confronting Stephen, Leo reveals he heard every word and knows his plan is to get his hands on the equity from Audrey’s house to pay her back.

As he follows Leo him onto the factory gantry, Leo taunts him, threatening to call Audrey. How will Stephen react?

Jenny Connor (Sally Ann Matthews) confides in Daisy Midley (Charlotte Jordan) that she’s worried about her partner Leo as he’s not been home all night and his phone goes straight to voicemail.

Daisy suspects Leo might have got cold feet but is there more to it after his run in with dodgy Stephen?

A concerned Teddy later calls in the pub and is surprised to see Jenny behind the bar.

The Rovers Return landlady explains how Leo left for Canada without her but an unsympathetic Teddy asserts she’s only herself to blame.

Elsewhere, the Baileys are thrilled as Dee-Dee (Channique Sterling-Brown) arrives home from America.

When James Bailey (Nathan Graham) shows his sister the letter from County offering him a paltry final pay-off, Dee-Dee calls the club and after explaining that she’s a solicitor, demands a meeting. Will Dee-Dee be able to push for a better deal?

Also, the police start questioning over the shooting.

Coronation Street airs Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 8pm on ITV

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