Home and Away teases life-or-death Tane scenes and River Boys return

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Home and Away spoilers follow.

Home and Away has hinted at a shock return for the River Boys gang in upcoming episodes.

The Aussie soap has shared a trailer with fans, teasing more drama ahead as Mackenzie (Emily Weir) is still in debt to PK (Ryan Johnson) over her private poker games. He offers to cancel her debt if she spends the night with him, but she refuses.

When her half-brother Dean (Patrick O'Connor) opens her eyes about having been scammed, a furious Mackenzie intends to play PK "at his own game," exacting her revenge.

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Things take a turn for the worst when PK appears to be threatening Dean's son Jai, prompting him to turn to his old friends, the River Boys, for help.

"The River Boys? Are you serious?" Ziggy (Sophie Dillman) asks Dean in the clip.

In the final scenes of the trailer, Dean and three of his old gang pals pull up in Summer Bay and step out of the car opening the boot – who do they have inside?

Photo credit: Endemol Shine - Channel 5
Photo credit: Endemol Shine - Channel 5

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Mackenzie and Dean aren't the only ones in trouble as Tane (Ethan Browne) gets badly beaten when PK and his heavies smash up Salt.

Tane is found on the floor by his girlfriend Felicity (Jacqui Purvis), who screams out for someone to call an ambulance.

Will Tane survive the attack? And what will the River Boys be up to?

Home and Away airs weekdays at 1.15pm on Channel 5 and 6pm on 5STAR. First-look screenings air at 6.30pm on 5STAR and the show also streams on My5. In Australia, the show airs Mondays to Thursdays at 7pm on Channel 7 and streams on 7plus. Selected classic episodes are available via Amazon Prime Video in the UK.

Read more Home and Away spoilers on our dedicated homepage.

Organisations including Citizens Advice, the National Debtline (0808 808 4000) and StepChange (0800 138 1111) can provide information and support around debt in the UK. In Australia, organisations that can help include the National Debt Helpline (1800 007 007).

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