“Dancing With the Stars” Season 30 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 could prove to be as unpredictable as the casts from the last three seasons, with 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.

Sunisa Lee and Sasha Farber

Sunisa Lee, Sasha Farber If partnered together, Sunisa Lee, pictured during the Women’s Balance Beam Final at the Tokyo Olympic Games on Aug. 3, 2021, and Sasha Farber, pictured in a Season 28 episode of “Dancing With the Stars,” could have a big advantage going into Season 30 of “Dancing With the Stars.” Photo: L-Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images; R-David Livingston/Getty Images

It seems highly unlikely that the Gold Medal-winning Olympic Gymnast isn’t partnered with Sasha, as he often is placed with gymnasts due to their shorter heights. While this hasn’t given Sasha a win before, this could be the year that it finally pays off for him. Lee became a treasured figure in the Tokyo Games after teammate Simone Biles withdrew from most of the competition for health concerns, and training as an athlete will mean she also has the discipline to execute her moves.

Having Sasha as a partner could also be a huge benefit as well. The last six seasons of the show were all won by celebrities who were partnered with a pro that had yet to win a Mirrorball trophy. After coming close to it more than once and making it to the finals in Season 29, Sasha, who is dancing in his ninth season this year, is long overdue for his win.

Matt James and Lindsay Arnold

Matt James, Lindsay Arnold If partnered together, Matt James, pictured during an episode of “The Bachelor,” and Lindsay Arnold, pictured at the launch of L.A.C by Lindsay Arnold jewelry in Century City, California on Feb. 5, 2019, could have a big advantage going into Season 30 of “Dancing With the Stars. Photo: R-ABC/Craig Sjodin; L-Rachel Murray/Getty Images for Working Sundays

If there is one thing that can automatically propel a person on “Dancing With the Stars” lately, it’s being a member of “Bachelor” nation. While “Bachelor” men have not fared as well in the competition, the fanbase for the show has proven how strong it is the last three seasons—not only helping propel both Hannah Brown and Kaitlyn Bristowe to wins but to also push Joe Amabile—one of the worst dancers in the show’s history—to the quarterfinals of Season 27. If Matt still has support from “Bachelor” nation, he will likely do well.

While his pro partner has won in recent years (taking home the trophy in Season 25), fans may be willing to buck the tradition and give her a second win as well, after she missed a year due to pregnancy.

Jojo Siwa and Jenna Johnson

Jojo Siwa, Jenna Johnson If partnered together, Jojo Siwa, pictured performing at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California on Sept. 3, 2021, and Jenna Johnson, pictured on the “Extra” set in Burbank, California on Nov. 12, 2019, could have a big advantage going into Season 30 of “Dancing With the Stars.” Photo: R-Leon Bennett/Getty Images; L-Paul Archuleta/Getty Images

This team could see their chances go either way. Jojo has extensive training as a dancer from her days on “Dance Moms,” meaning choreography will be a snap for her to pick up—and Jenna doesn’t shy away from complicated routines. In addition, she has the biggest social media following of the entire cast, meaning a fanbase could tune in to watch and forcefully push her ahead of everyone else.

However, what could work both for—or against—this team is their same-sex partnership. While the show is taking a progressive step, one that many have hoped it would take for years, it still has a strong Conservative fan base at its core. That base helped push Sean Spicer, another bad dancer, far along in the competition during Season 28. If that base vehemently objects to seeing two women dancing together, Jojo and Jenna could also see themselves being the team that is knocked out first. Their chances will hinge on which side of the show’s audience casts more votes.

Mike “The Miz” Mizanin and Witney Carson

Mike The Miz Mizanin, Witney Carson If partnered together, Mike “The Miz” Mizanin, pictured attending the WWE SummerSlam after party in Las Vegas on August 21, 2021, and Witney Carson, pictured at the 21st Annual Warner Bros. And InStyle Golden Globe After Party in Beverly Hills, California on Jan. 5, 2020, could have a big advantage going into Season 30 of “Dancing With the Stars.” Photo: R-Bryan Steffy/Getty Images for WWE SummerSlam After Party; L-Gregg DeGuire/WireImage

The WWE wrestler and reality TV star has a strong fan base, and if Jojo’s can’t save her, his may be able to come through for him. Of the celebrities this season, he has roughly the second largest following on social media, which always has the potential to translate into votes. In addition, while Witney has won before, it has been a while since then, and like Lindsay, she took a season off to have a baby. If her fans missed her enough, they, along with Mike’s, could help propel them further.

Amanda Kloots and Alan Bersten

Amanda Kloots, Alan Bersten If partnered together, Amanda Kloots, pictured on an episode of “The Talk,” and Alan Bersten, pictured during the “Dancing with The Stars: Live!” show at Radio City Music Hall on Jan. 28, 2020, could have a big advantage going into Season 30 of “Dancing With the Stars.” Photo: R-Cliff Lipson/CBS; L-John Lamparski/Getty Images

While Amanda isn’t as well-known as some of the other competitors this season, she does have a Broadway background, meaning she may already know how to move a little bit—and will have the work ethic needed to perform. In addition, some viewers will likely vote for her due to the news that propelled her into a bigger spotlight in the last year, after her husband, Nick Cordero, died from COVID-19.

Brian Austin Green and Sharna Burgess

It’s highly unlikely, especially with COVID-19 protocols still in place for married pros, that “DWTS” wouldn’t take advantage of the fact that Sharna and Brian are dating when it comes to a partnership. However, this could also lead to some big advantages for the duo.

Unlike the married pro dancers, who need to live and quarantine separately from their significant others while they all compete, Sharna and Brian can quarantine together—meaning that if they wanted to take advantage of being together not only at rehearsals, but at home as well—they can. Practice can make perfect. In addition, anyone who has seen the two post on social media can see their natural chemistry as a couple—that will likely play out well on the dance floor as well, giving them a chance to convey something in their performances that the other teams may not be able to. The only thing that could work against them is the trend of pros who haven’t won doing so. Sharna won the Mirrorball in Season 27, with some controversy (her partner Bobby Bones beat out other celebs who were deemed better dancers). If fans don’t want to see her win again, they will make sure to cast their votes elsewhere.

“Dancing With The Stars” premieres Monday, Sept. 20 at 8 p.m. EDT on ABC.