Amazing Race Season 30
Get reacquainted with the Season 30 cast of 'The Amazing Race" before the premiere. CBS

Now that the teams have been announced for Season 30 of "The Amazing Race," many fans are wondering just which team managed to take home the $1 million dollar prize at the end of it. After looking at each individual team, some may be more likely to be the champs than others.

So which of the 11 teams are most likely to be the ones who made it to the final round? Here are our predictions which teams will make the top five:

Cody Nickson and Jessica Graf, #TeamBigBrother

Fans should expect to see Cody and Jessica, who met while competing this past summer on "Big Brother," to go all the way in the competition. Like Brendan Villegas and Rachel Reilly before them, it doesn't seem unreasonable that a team from the sister franchise would make it far, solely because they know how to handle the pressure of competition—because they've already been there. Knowing how to handle the stress of being pitted against the other teams will be an advantage that Cody and Jessica will be able to take all the way to the final leg.

Kristi Leskinen and Jen Hudak, #TeamExtreme

Their team name says it all about these two. It's been hard to count out all-female teams over the seasons, as they've proven to also be smart and strong competitors. Of the all-female teams in this season, these two seem the strongest, and therefore, most likely to make it far.

Trevor Wadleigh and Chris Marchant, #TeamWellStrung

Not only are Trevor and Chris clearly strong men, which will pay off during physical challenges, but they're musicians as well. Whenever artsy challenges involving music or dance are introduced, they will likely breeze through them as well, making them a team to keep an eye on.

Henry Zhang and Evan Lynyak, #TeamYale

It'd be easy to count these two out early, but if there's anything fans learned from watching food scientists Maya and Amy back in Season 23, brains are something that will be an asset. These two clearly have them as students at one of the top Ivy League schools in the country, and on top of that, they're debate champions. That could be a skill that can prove useful for them, because often, knowing how to communicate with others on the race is the key to success. In addition, if they know how to debate, any time they need to haggle down a price for a cab or anything else, they'll be able to do so easily.

Alexander Rossi and Conor Daly, #TeamIndyCar

While their particular skill set as race car drivers may not give them any advantages in terms of actual tasks (unless they do involve race cars), it could mean they'll be good when trying to get from one place to another—because they'll have zero trouble driving a stick shift. In addition, race car drivers have to be intensely competitive for their sport, which will help drive these two far in the competition.

See if our predictions are correct by tuning in to "The Amazing Race," which premieres Season 30 on Wednesday, Jan, 3 at 8 p.m. on CBS.