“Dancing With the Stars” Season 29 is just a couple of days away, and before fans know it, they will be consistently rooting for specific teams and hoping they win the Mirrorball Trophy. However, some teams may have an advantage when it comes to the talent they could showcase during the season.

This year’s large cast, which will also be contending with some very big creative and COVID-19 related changes, could prove to be as unpredictable as the casts from the last two seasons, which saw dancers with low scores and rabid fanbases propel them to the semifinal rounds, while talented dancers wound up saying goodbye early in the competition. Anyone could win on the show, and while the teams aren’t being revealed until premiere night, there are some matchups that make sense—and as a result, they also seem like the ones who have the best chance at winning the Mirrorball. If these pros and celebs are matched together, they will be the ones to beat when it comes to a Mirrorball Trophy.

Kaitlyn Bristowe and Artem Chigvintsev

Kaitlyn Bristowe Artem Chigvintsev
If partnered together, Kaitlyn Bristowe (in a promo photo for “Dancing with the Stars”) and Artem Chigvintsev, pictured at PUBG Mobile’s #FIGHT4THEAMAZON event in Los Angeles on Dec. 9, 2019, could have an advantage in the Season 29 competition. L- ABC/Frank Ockenfels; R- Rodin Eckenroth/Getty Images

If the former “Bachelorette” and returning pro are partnered up together this season, they could be the pair to beat. Hannah Brown and Joe Amabile both proved in recent seasons that “Bachelor Nation” has a very strong fanbase in “DWTS”- getting Joe to the semifinals despite his less than impressive footwork and pushing Hannah to a win. While Kaitlyn was “The Bachelorette” in Season 11, she’s still popular within the fanbase, and the fact that she was blocked from doing the show in the past could help bring her fans to vote even more.

As for if Artem is her partner, whoever gets the new dad could have a huge leg up on the competition. Not only are fans excited about his return after he was fired for Season 28, but he is one of the few remaining pros that has competed on multiple seasons and has yet to win a Mirrorball or make it to a final round. His highest placements in the competition in the past have been 6th, with Lea Thompson and Nancy Kerrigan. With fervor over his finally being back at a high, fans may be eager to see him finally get a win, and being a pro without a prior trophy has been an advantage for everyone in the last few seasons, with the last five winning pros all being first-time champs.

Monica Aldama and Val Chmerkovskiy

Monica Aldama Val Chmerkovskiy
If partnered together, Monica Aldama (in a promo photo for “Dancing with the Stars”) and Valentin Chmerkovskiy, pictured after a Season 28 taping in Los Angeles on Oct. 7, 2019, could have an advantage in the Season 29 competition. L- ABC/Frank Ockenfels; R- Allen Berezovsky/Getty Images

As a cheerleading coach, Monica likely knows how to move and push her body to its limit in order to execute a flawless performance—and her record of wins with Navarro College also shows she has a killer focus, competitive spirit and knows the importance of practicing until something is perfect. With “Cheer” also being a major piece of conversation earlier this year, she could have all the elements needed to be the celebrity to beat.

As for Val, while having two mirrorballs to his name already may be a disadvantage, of the remaining pros on the show, he has the best track record to date. With the exceptions of when he danced with Elisabetta Canalis, Sherri Shepherd and Nancy McKeon and Sailor Brinkley-Cook, he has never placed worse than sixth in a season and has made the final three seven times. He knows what he’s doing, and that could be a huge edge with the right partner.

Jesse Metcalfe and Sharna Burgess

Jesse Metcalfe Sharna Burgess
If partnered together, Jesse Metcalfe (in a promo photo for “Dancing with the Stars”) and Sharna Burgess, pictured at Derby Day in Melbourne, Australia on Nov. 2, 2019, could have an advantage in the Season 29 competition. ABC/Frank Ockenfels; R- James Gourley/Getty Images

If the “Desperate Housewives” star and returning Season 27 champ are together, they will, without a doubt, be the hottest partnership on the floor—sparks will fly with what is likely to be great chemistry—which translates to a great partnership.

Sharna is one of the more popular pros, and fans will, like Artem, likely want to welcome her back by pushing her through the competition, and while the level of celebrities has increased greatly this season, Jesse will be the one who likely sways a few female voters the most. Not only is he known for roles that saw him often shirtless (like his “Desperate Housewives” one and his starring turn in the movie “John Tucker Must Die,”) but he may be recognizable to a huge base of fans on the show that also pays attention to the Hallmark Channel, where he has starred in films and on the series “Chesapeake Shores.” With that sort of fanbase possibly rooting him on, he could be unstoppable.

AJ McLean and Cheryl Burke

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If partnered together, AJ McLean (in a promo photo for “Dancing with the Stars”) and Cheryl Burke, pictured at Hallmark Channel’s “Home & Family” set in Universal City, California on Sept. 26, 2019, could have an advantage in the Season 29 competition. L- ABC/Frank Ockenfels; R- Paul Archuleta/Getty Images

Cheryl has had some success in recent seasons when her partners have been rooted in either music or show business, and with her longtime expertise on the show, her partners have been varied. After getting Ray Lewis in Season 28, she is likely set to get a partner from the entertainment business again—making AJ a likely contender for her partner.

Cheryl is the pro with the longest-running tenure on the show now, and while she does have two Mirrorball trophies, she hasn’t won since Season 3, which makes her seem long overdue for another win. That could give her an advantage in the competition, as does how long she’s been competing. Even with a lot of changes, she has had to adapt the most of all the pros over the years, meaning she can handle whatever is thrown at her.

With AJ as a potential partner, the pair would have plenty of fans likely turning up to vote for him. He has a pretty large fanbase that is excited to see him compete—which could give him an edge, no matter who his partner is. When combined with Cheryl’s abilities, they become an even likely unstoppable force.

“Dancing With the Stars” Season 29 airs beginning on Monday, Sept. 14 at 8 p.m. EDT on ABC.