The competition has whittled down and is just a couple of weeks away from its finals and crowning a winner. Unfortunately, before “Dancing With the Stars: Juniors” can hand over their first special Mirrorball trophy, another team will need to be eliminated during “Time Machine” night.

The upcoming night of competition on the ABC series will see the remaining five teams perform routines set to a specific decade. While four of the pint-sized pairs will take viewers back in time, one will be heading into the future with their number. Still, at the end of the night, the studio audience and the judges will let one team go. When the scores from the judges are considered, three teams, in particular, seem most likely to be eliminated.

DWTS JRS Team Lindsay could be at risk of elimination on “Dancing With the Stars: Juniors.” Photo: ABC/Eric McCandless

For the first time all season, of the remaining teams, Miles Brown and Rylee Arnold, a.k.a Team Lindsay, found themselves at the bottom of the judges’ leaderboard at the end “Giving Thanks” night. While they were just one point off of three of their competitors’ scores, it is an unfamiliar place for the pair. However, it could also be an omen that their time on the competition may run just short of finals as well. While their scores have been higher throughout the competition, they’ve remained stagnant throughout and haven’t really improved. In addition, their most recent routine was a drop in scores, which isn’t always a good sign. If they’re unable to recover with the judges, then they may be looking towards their final dance.

Of course, average scores are another big factor when it comes to determining who may be eliminated. Of the other teams who did not top the leaderboard, two have had lower averages than the rest.

The lowest average score of the remaining teams in the competition is the one held by Team Cheryl, a.k.a. Mandla Morris and Brightyn Brems. Though “Giving Thanks” night saw them earn their highest score yet at 27, they are trailing behind the rest of the teams by enough of an amount for it to potentially make a difference.

The slightly lower average score could also put Ariana Greenblatt and Artyon Celestine, a.k.a. Team Brandon, at risk as well. Though they’re usually near the top of the leaderboard as well, they are behind other teams on average, which could also put them at risk.

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

Team Brandon Team Brandon could be at risk of elimination on “Dancing With the Stars: Juniors.” Photo: ABC/Eric McCandless