Emmerdale fans work out Calebs downfall as they notice telling Kim clue

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    Emmerdale fans are certain that Caleb Milligan's downfall will be at the hands of Kim Tate after they noticed she made a very specific request.

    Kim (Claire King) is almost finished with buying Moira Dingle's farm, however during Wednesday's episode (June 7) she told Caleb (William Ash) she wanted the field in which Holly Barton is buried included in the deal.

    Caleb went to speak to his brother Cain Dingle (Jeff Hordley) and told him, but he made it clear Moira (Natalie J Robb) was not going to take it lying down.

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    And fans are sure that Kim knew the request wouldn't go down well – suggesting she is trying to buy time and take down Caleb as she also knows his plans.

    One said: "More and more convinced Kim knows, she well sent Caleb on that 'message' to show Cain where Caleb's loyalties are – and let him in on it."

    Another wrote: "Definitely think Kim is playing Caleb, no way would she insist Holly's field otherwise think she's seeing how far she can push it."

    A third tweeted: "I wonder if Kim knows about what Caleb is trying to do, has told Cain and him and Moira are in on it? I can't see Moira ever agreeing to give where Holly is buried over and Cain not saying anything to her."

    And as it turns out, they were exactly right – as Kim soon busted Caleb and got Cain involved.

    Caleb was in a panic as secret son Nicky (Lewis Cope) has told wife-to-be Gabby Thomas (Rosie Bentham) that he was gay, meaning the wedding was off.

    This meant Caleb's plan to swindle thousands out of Kim was at risk, so he went into overdrive to try and get his cash.

    Kim told him she was going to try and find Gabby, which gave him a chance to steal the money – but he soon discovered the accounts were already empty.

    Before long, Kim burst in and told him: "Caleb, please have some dignity. Know when to give up."

    Still trying to play innocent, Caleb made out he had no idea what she was talking about, but she went on: "Every penny you intended to steal is safely hidden away in accounts you are definitely not getting access to."

    And if that wasn't bad enough, she told him she hadn't called the police – she'd called Cain instead, who strolled in and put Caleb in his place.

    But fans will have to wait to see how Kim figured it all out, and who will leave Caleb dead in scenes set to air next week.

    Emmerdale airs nightly at 7.30pm on ITV

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