"Dancing With The Stars" Season 25 is finally almost here, and before fans know it, they will be consistently rooting for specific teams and hoping they win the Mirrorball Trophy. However, some teams may still have an advantage when it comes to the talent they could showcase during the season.

Though there has so far not been any outrage over the cast in terms of those who may have an unfair advantage, some of the teams may still have a higher shot at winning the competition. Whether they have prior experience with dance, music, or working hard, it would seem likely that these select teams could potentially make it far in the competition.

Here are the four teams that seem most likely to have a chance at the Mirrorball:

Victoria Arlen And Val Chmerkovskiy, #TeamViVa:

Victoria and Val have a very big advantage when it comes to going far in the competition. Not only is Val a two-time champ, but he has rarely been eliminated before the semi-finals. In fact, he has made it to the finals every season since Season 19, with the exception of Season 21, when he and Tamar Braxton withdrew from the competition. While Val is proven to be an excellent teacher and choreographer with those stats, Victoria herself also has an advantage. The former paraplegic swimmer, who won gold and silver medals in the 2012 Paralympics, proved to defeat the odds when she learned to walk again last year after spending a decade paralyzed from the waist down. Her determination will serve her well, and she will likely be very committed to her rehearsals and nailing her routines. High scores, an intense work ethic, and a moving backstory will all serve as helpful when it comes to the pair making it far in the competition.

Jordan Fisher and Lindsay Arnold:

Fisher is a talented musician who may have some moves before he actually even walks into a rehearsal studio for the first time. He has had a varied career as an actor and singer, most recently rising to prominence among fans as Doody on "Grease: Live!" Though his experience isn't near what other actors and singers have had over the years, it could still be enough to give him an edge when it comes to quickly picking up a routine.

Terrell Owens and Cheryl Burke:

Terrell Owens could be the one to beat this season, and may give Cheryl her long elusive third Mirror ball. Athletes, especially NFL players, always fare well on the competition, and Owens has been known for his end zone moves for a while. He also has one of the larger social media presences of this celebrity cast, which could be a big benefit when it comes to encouraging fans to vote.

Lindsey Stirling and Mark Ballas, #TeamSTARK:

Not only will Lindsey and Mark likely have some of the most creative routines all season, but there are very good chances they will go far as well. Mark has been missed by most fans for a few seasons now, which will help garner votes by those who don't want to see him leave too quickly after first coming back to the show. However, Lindsey is a musician and composer, which means she will know how to hit the right beats, so her musicality will likely be off the charts. If she's unlikely to miss a step with nearly flawless footwork, she's likely to head straight to the finals.

Do you think these teams have an advantage that will send them to the finals? Sound off in the comments below.

"Dancing With The Stars" Season 25 premieres Monday, Sept. 18 at 8 p.m. EDT on ABC.