Game of Thrones Season 7 Predictions: 7 things we think will happen

Carla Harmon
July 15, 2017

Game of thrones characters Sansa and Jon Snow on season 6, episode 9, June 19, 2016. After all, she didn't take kindly to essentially being left in the dark prior to the Battle of the Bastards, and then went rogue - in a good way, obviously - in bringing in Littlefinger and the Knights of the Vale.

Here, then, are 13 things you should know going into Sunday's premiere.

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However, Kit Harington and Sophie Turner, the actors who play Jon Snow and Sansa Stark respectively, seem to have a perfectly strong bond off-screen. In case you forgot, the sixth season consisted of the usual 10 episodes but the seventh season will only have seven episodes.

With Daenerys coming to Westeros, many fans are wondering whether a Targaryan twosome, aka an alliance with (her nephew?) Jon Snow, is on the cards.

Likely Cersei feels as though all of the kingdom is plotting against her and she's trying to plot and scheme for what's next in her goal of holding the Iron Throne. The "valonqar" prophecy says she'll be killed by a "little brother", which people have alternately taken to mean Cersei's younger brother Tyrion, her possibly-younger twin Jamie, or just a character who is someone else's little brother, like Sandor "The Hound" Clegane.

Being single in Game of Thrones makes for a hard life, with numerous marriages arranged with political alliances in mind, there is pressure to couple up. However, with his new role as a tree wizard, we reckon it won't be long until he reunites with his siblings whom he has mostly been separated from for nearly five seasons. They are both gunning for the Lannister matriarch in a big way. They have never gotten along, so we could expect those two to face off?

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"Game of Thrones" will again be one of the front runners at this year's Emmy Awards, which will be announced on September 17. Oh, and Cersei also killed 90 percent of the important figures in King's Landing.

When we last saw Bran Stark, he was in contact with the Night King, who touched him during one of his powerful visions.

The stakes are high as they head towards a great war that will determine who will sit on the Iron Throne and rule over the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros, while the zombie army of White Walkers advances towards them, threatening mankind's destruction.

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