Spoilers: Gary and Ray destroy the cobbles as they join forces in Corrie?

A hellish alliance was forged in Coronation Street tonight (October 16), as Gary Windass (Mikey North) agreed to join forces with Ray Crosby (Mark Frost).

Gary’s interest was piqued earlier this week when Ray made him an offer to purchase the factory.

The former loanshark declined the offer, but once he learned that the hotelier had been trying to buy up properties on the cobbles left, right and centre, he started to grow suspicious.

Gary confronted him on the matter, but Ray naturally pretended he didn’t know what the young man was referring to.

In tonight’s episode, Gary found himself the victim of a violent attack, as gangster Mick Chaney (Neil Bell) returned to get revenge.

The antiques dealer was horrified in the aftermath of such an attack, as he discovered that few of the residents had his back when he needed them the most.

As a result, he decided to look out for number one, and therefore headed to speak to Ray — revealing that if the hotelier reveal what he’s up to, and put his offer on the factory up to £450,000 then he has himself a deal.

Ray did just that — confirming that he’s intent on turning the street into a ‘regeneration zone’ with businesses, bars and gyms.

Gary informed him he could bulldoze the whole street for all he cares, as he revealed that he wants the building work contract.

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Ray was elated and thus a deadly alliance was forged.

The question is: will Gray really allow Ray to demolish the eponymous street? Or will he have a change of heart?

Coronation Street continues Monday October 19 at 7:30pm and 8:30pm on ITV.

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