Corrie fans predict Peter Barlow will be saved from death by liver transplant

Coronation Street viewers are convinced Peter Barlow (Chris Gascoyne) will survive, after his alcoholism relapse led to him suffering from liver failure.

His prospects are not good and he looks in bad shape, so much so that even Adam Barlow is not telling the police the truth, that he believes it was Peter who attacked him.

But viewers think Peter will be offered a lifeline in the form of a liver transplant that could turn things around for him.

But who could be a donor? And will it happen in time?

Peter has recently relapsed with his alcoholism and faces death

One viewer tweeted: “Pete could get a transplant and have a few wild nights left in him.. . come on … its Christmas #Corrie “.

“Wonder if @itvcorrie are headed for a liver transplant story! #corrie,” added another.

A third predicted: “Bet peter will end up getting a liver transplant like Phil Mitchell in #eastenders#corrie ‘.

Another wrote: “It was obvious a transplant storyline would be inevitable, talk about drag it on!”

A fifth predicted: “I highly doubt that #Corrie will kill peter. Unfortunately They ll do it2create drama then he ll get liver transplant&b perfectly fine 4another few yrs&him&carla will forgive&4get.

“Its pathetic&not true2life Should show true affects of it& let him die of alcoholic liver disease “.

Adam has accused Gary, because Peter is dying

Peter hit the bottle again following a mugging where he was comforted by a stranger who gave him whiskey, thinking it would help.

He then got into a nasty fight with Carla and she ended up sleeping with Adam for revenge while Peter drank himself into oblivion.

Since finding out about Peter’s live failure diagnosis, Carla has softened and wants to take care of him.

But Peter has rebuffed her, saying it’s too late as he does not have long left.

Is this really the end for Peter, or can someone donate in time to save his life?

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

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