Another team has seen their time on “The Amazing Race” cut short after a tough leg in Laos, and the remaining nine are set to continue on their quest for $1 Million. Now, as the race heads to Vietnam, the remaining Racers, Houseguests and Castaways will continue drawing their battle lines in the sand as they try to claim supremacy.

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The “Survivor” group took a big hit to their numbers as Rupert and Laura Boneham continued to struggle with their navigation, and eventually, a task that didn’t give them a chance to come back from the bottom. It brought the end of the race to the long-married couple, who managed to also stay out of the fray as alliances and battle lines were drawn amongst some of the other teams, with other Castaways, some Racers and a Big Brother team all drawing ire amongst their fellow competitors during the second leg.

Now, with the race heading to a new location after the contentious leg that featured a Double U-Turn (and saw both teams survive the attempt to knock them out), things are only going to become more intense. In addition, with some of the teams who haven’t had prior experience on the show starting to show some strength, the competition will also be ratcheted up a few notches as well. So what will happen when teams arrive in Ho Chi Minh City? Here’s our ranking for where we think the teams will fall before the next leg comes to an end.

Leo Temory and Jamal Zadran

112874_0659 Leo Temory and Jamal Zadran won’t be leaving “Amazing Race” anytime soon. Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS

Though they aren’t necessarily making friends (specifically having tension with Corinne and Eliza), it doesn’t appear like the Afghanimals will be going home any time soon. Though they have resorted to tricks to try and fool other teams and keep their lead –a strategy that has worked—they're also competing at a level that they never previously had. Even if their streak of first-place finishes comes to an end, they won’t be heading home.

Nicole Franzel and Victor Arroyo

They were a big surprise in this leg by quickly advancing up the leaderboard, jumping from 6th to 2nd.  The pair seems to work really well together overall, meaning that despite having no “race” experience, they are likely to keep going further in the competition. Of the teams from “Big Brother” and “Survivor,” they seem currently poised to be the biggest threats.

Rachel Reilly and Elissa Slater

112874_1652 Rachel Reilly and Elissa Slater will be safe from elimination for another leg of "The Amazing Race." Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS

The Reilly sisters have a bigger target on their backs now after their decision to U-Turn Team Funstoppable, but they should still be around for a while since Rachel does know how to play the game and is perhaps the single most threatening competitor in the entire Race-having competed on “TAR” twice before as well as “Big Brother.” Even if they start to falter a little bit, they won’t be gone just yet.

Colin Guinn and Christie Woods

The Zen version of Colin and Christie are also an even smarter version of the team they were back in Season 5 of “TAR.” Not only is their new personality a benefit that will keep other teams from turning on them, but not stressing out is also allowing them to be extremely efficient when it comes to completing tasks quickly. Look for them to eventually have a breakout moment that puts them firmly in the front of the pack—not a moment that will send them home.

Tyler Oakley and Korey Kuhl

112874_1539 Tyler Oakley and Korey Kuhl are far from done with their second journey on “The Amazing Race.” Photo: Monty Brinton/CBS

They fell on the leaderboard this week, but only because they were U-Turned by Becca and Floyd as they attempted to save themselves from their own Double U-Turn. Still, not surprisingly, Tyler and Korey not only completed both Detours and survived the U-Turn, but they managed to still beat other teams who only completed one task (Chris and Bret and the eliminated Rupert and Laura) to the Pit Stop. They aren’t going anywhere.

Becca Droz and Floyd Pearce

Similarly to Tyler and Korey, expect Becca and Floyd to stick around much longer. They had a rough day in Laos, but this happened to them once before when they first competed together in Season 29 as well—from there, they only grew stronger. It would be likely to expect that they will once again rice near the top soon since this bottom finish only came about because of their U-Turn.

Janelle Pierzina and Britney Haynes

Janelle and Britney may not have too much longer in the competition since they seem to struggle with listening to one another, but they are still known for being fierce when it comes to competition. As a result, they will likely stick around a little while longer, but they will eventually fall.

Corinne Kaplan and Eliza Orlins

They certainly improved on their performance from the first leg, but Corinne and Eliza’s days seem likely to be numbered. Not only do they have an ongoing spat with the Afghanimals (which could put them at risk of being targeted by the strongest team in the competition), but they haven’t really done much else to make too many friends—and that can hurt them in more ways than just U-Turns. They likely won’t be eliminated in the next leg, but that’s only because they are still performing slightly better than another team—their fellow remaining “Survivor” alums.

Chris Hammons and Bret Labelle

Chris and Bret are great competitors who seem to have no problem when it comes to getting a Roadblock or Detour task done just yet—they've excelled pretty well at nearly each one they’ve done so far. However, they themselves have admitted that there is a reason why they rank somewhat lower—and it is their bad navigation that keeps them from getting to destinations quicker. Since that continues to be a problem for them, and they’re the only team left in the competition (besides Corinne and Eliza) who have placed outside of the top 5 teams twice, it makes them seem more likely to be saying goodbye next.

“The Amazing Race” airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. EDT on CBS.