Coronation Street spoilers: Geoff Metcalfe tries to burn Alya Nazir alive in deadly rooftop fight

GEOFF Metcalfe will try to burn Alya Nazir alive in a deadly rooftop fight next month during Coronation Street’s 60th anniversary week.

The explosive week of episodes will see the verdict of Yasmeen Nazir's attempted murder trial reached.

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Viewers will see Yasmeen staring nervously ahead as the barristers deliver their closing speeches.

And it's not long before Geoff and Alya lock horns over the jury’s decision, with a violent Geoff attacking Alya at Speed Daal.

Geoff doesn’t stop there and later manically sloshes lighter fluid around number 6 before setting it ablaze. 

A terrifying showdown ensues when Alya follows him and chases him out onto the roof. 

Could Alya be in grave danger?

Yasmeen’s trial will kick off next week as Geoff sneakily tricks Tim into losing it and punching him. 

Imran and Alya are devastated when they hear that Tim punched Geoff and point out he’s no longer a credible witness. 


There’s more bad news when Tim gets a call from the police revealing Elaine has been found in a psychiatric hospital, meaning she won’t be able to stand trial either.

Taking the witness box, Geoff paints Yasmeen as a violent alcoholic and talks about how she attacked him with the broken bottle. 

Yasmeen tries to explain how she’s been the victim of domestic abuse, but is torn apart by the prosecution barrister. 

Alya and Sally take the witness box but the prosecution is quick to point out they have no actual evidence. 

Will Elaine come to their rescue?

Speaking about the upcoming courtroom chaos, actor Ian Bartholomew – who plays Geoff – revealed: “The scenes are really intense, because both Yasmeen and Geoff are telling their stories and it comes down to who the jury believes to be telling the truth.

“Of course Geoff loves it, because he’s having his day in court, so he goes in with this confidence to convince people that actually he was right all along and it’s all her fault and he’s been the victim.”

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