The competition will soon come to an end, but another “Dancing With the Stars: Juniors” couple may need to say goodbye to their time on the dance floor just shy of the finals.

The semifinals will see the pint-sized pairs tackle two routines for the first time, including duo dances with another team on the ABC series. Usually, one team is eliminated at the end of the night, but a press release for the episode doesn’t state that, meaning all four could make it to the final round. However, if another team is forced to say goodbye to the competition, only one may be able to consider themselves guaranteed safe based on their judges’ scores from last week and their average performance throughout the season. That means the other three teams—Team Gleb, Team Alan and Team Brandon—could all be facing a potential cut one week shy of winning the Mirrorball.

Though their average scores aren’t far off from front-runners Miles Brown and Rylee Arnold, at the end of Week 7, Mackenzie Ziegler and Sage Rosen found themselves at the bottom of the leaderboard by one point, following the elimination of Mandla Morris and Brightyn Brems. Overall, while they’ve consistently performed somewhat well throughout the season, they haven't impressed to quite the same extent as their competitors. All three of the remaining teams have received at least one 10 from the judges, while they haven’t scored above a 9. Since they tend to get less impressive paddles, they could be at risk of a pre-finals elimination.

However, Ariana Greenblatt and Artyon Celestine could also find themselves at risk of an elimination as well. The pair has consistently been the top performers, with the exception of week four, but when it comes to overall average scores from the judges they are much further behind than Mackenzie/Sage and Miles/Rylee. They also haven’t seen a 10 from the judges since week 5—which means they aren’t impressing as much anymore.

Of course, Sky Brown and JT Church could also be eliminated as well. The duo has the lowest average scores from the judges of the remaining teams, and until recently, have always fallen lower on the judges’ leaderboard than the other teams.

However, if none of the teams are eliminated, it could potentially be anyone’s game to win when the finale rolls around.

“Dancing With the Stars: Juniors” airs Sundays at 8 p.m. EST on ABC.