Now that the teams have been announced for Season 31 of “The Amazing Race,” many fans are wondering just which team managed to take home of the $1 million 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:

Colin Guinn and Christie Woods:

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Colin Guinn and Christie Woods have a good chance at winning Season 31 of “Amazing Race.” Monty Brinton/CBS

Overall, when it comes to teams that will have an advantage this season, those who have previously competed on “The Amazing Race” seem most likely to have a chance at winning. While “Big Brother” and “Survivor” pairs are also going to be fiercely competitive, they’re also used to working alone when needed to win--“TAR” teams are used to working as pairs.

In addition to their prior experience on Season 5 of the show, Colin and Christie are likely going to make it far because of how they fared during their first run. The two came in second place overall for their season, and of their 13 legs, they placed first 6 times, second 3 times and third once, meaning they’re strong competitors.

Leo Temory and Jamal Zadran:

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Leo Temory and Jamal Zadran could win in their third “Amazing Race” outing for Season 31. Monty Brinton/CBS

Leo and Jamal are returning for their third time, with the hope that this time around, they can finally not only make it to the final round of the competition but also take home the prize. They placed fourth during both Season 23 and Season 24: All-Stars of “Amazing Race,” and in both times on the show, proved they aren’t afraid to play the game when necessary. They may also come back a little hungrier for a win than some of the other teams because of their past experiences, which might give them an edge.

Tyler Oakley and Korey Kuhl:

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Tyler Oakley and Korey Kuhl could make their return to “Amazing Race” a winning season. Monty Brinton/CBS

Placing third during the season featuring all social media stars showed that these YouTubers know what they’re doing—making them strong competitors who may seem like underdogs, but prove they’re fierce and going to likely go far. They also notably had the most first-place finishes in their season, with five total legs that they won.

Becca Droz and Floyd Pierce:

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Becca Droz and Floyd Pierce could be “funstoppable” winners on Season 31 of “The Amazing Race.” Monty Brinton/CBS

Not every match-up proved to be one that was great during Season 29’s single racers season—except for the pair who met at the starting line who became known as the most “funstoppable” team. While Becca and Floyd place fifth in their season, they were stopped when extreme temperatures took a toll on their health, which affected their performance. Given the right conditions this time, they could go much further—and take the win.

Rachel Reilly and Elissa Slater:

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Rachel Reilly and Elissa Slater could surprise everyone by winning Season 31 of “The Amazing Race.” Monty Brinton/CBS

While as a team, they are new to “The Amazing Race,” Rachel and Elissa likely have an advantage over the other “Big Brother” competitors. Rachel has competed on “TAR” twice before with her husband, Brendon, and made it to the finals both times, where she came in third. She’s one of the fiercest competitors who has ever been on the show, and she isn’t likely to go down without a fight.

See if our predictions are correct by tuning in to “The Amazing Race,” which premieres Season 31 on Wednesday, April 17 at 9 p.m. EDT on CBS.