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'The Walking Dead': Predictions on who will die before the season ends

Will Daryl die before "The Walking Dead" season ends?
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The current season of “The Walking Dead” has only two episodes left. Fans are on the edge of their seats, wondering who will live and who will die. According to a March 23 report by Gold Derby, there are actual odds as to who does not make it to the next season of "The Walking Dead."

It appears that Carol is most likely to be killed. Her odds of dying are currently four to one. Carol has had a tough season. Not only did she admit to Tyreese that she killed Karen and David, she was pushed too far by Lizzie. Carol ended up killing the little girl in the last episode.

The odds of Carl living are almost as slim. It looks like he has a six to one chance of dying. Carl, his father, Rick, and Michonne are currently on the “tracks to Terminus.” From looking at the map, Terminus is a long ways away and there is no telling what could happen to Carl on their journey.

Rick also made the top three of who could die before the season ends. The odds of him dying are 13 to two. Although the possibility of Rick dying are not that great, Melissa McBride did mention how he spent a lot of time “farming” on “The Talking Dead.” That could have been a hint he was not up to returning as the leader. That would leave the door open to a new leader emerging.

Michonne was the least likely to die with her odds being 33 to one. Her relationships with both Carl and Rick have evolved and, since learning more about her, it appears Michonne might be kept around a bit longer. Then again, that could mean she is the next to go.

Even Daryl Dixon's life could be in danger. The odds of him dying are 12 to one. Based on “The Walking Dead” spoiler recently released, those odds may be completely off. The spoiler showed him pulling a knife after a member of his new group, possibly one of the “Hunters,” caused some trouble. Daryl Dixon is a fan favorite. His Twitter following proves that. As popular as “The Walking Dead” is, it is unknown if fans would revolt and stop watching, if something happens to the cross-bow bearing hunk.

Fans of “The Walking Dead” will have to keep watching. There is no telling what could happen next. With only two “The Walking Dead” episodes remaining this season, fans will have to stay tuned to see how makes it to the next season.