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This Is How The 'Survivor' Grand Finale Week Is Going Down

We're just two big episodes away from finding out who this year's Sole Survivor will be -- this is how the epic grand finale week is going down.

The Final Four

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Baden Gilbert, Harry Hills, Luke Toki and Pia Miranda have made it to the final four after Luke used his advantage to send Baden back to camp, save Pia, bamboozle Harry and oust Abbey in that dramatic tribal council.

Need to know: The second last individual immunity challenge will be absolutely crucial to secure a spot in the top three. Luke has won the last four immunity necklaces, and with pro athlete Abbey out of the picture, he could easily nab another -- depending on what type of challenge they're faced with.

READ MORE: Why David Genat Is The Best 'Survivor' Jury Member

Current Alliances: Harry, Baden and Abbey had planned to get rid of Luke, then Pia at the last tribal. It's likely that Harry and Baden will stick together and that Pia and Luke will side with the most advantageous option available to them.

How to watch it: Monday at 7.30pm.

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The Final Three/The Final Tribal Council

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It's the big one, the episode where Jonathan LaPaglia will announce this year's Sole Survivor, the person who will receive a whopping $500,000 in prize money.

Need to know: Luke recently mentioned that coming in third would be the worst-case scenario on 'Survivor'. Frustratingly close to the end of the game, without being able to state your case in front of the jury. In this episode, three will become two -- a decision that will be made by whoever wears the very last immunity idol of the season.

READ MORE: 'I Didn't See That One Coming': Abbey Eliminated From 'Survivor' After Luke's Tribal Bombshell

On the same HUGE night, we'll bear witness to the last tribal council where the final two will state their cases and recite their CVs in front of the jury. They need to prove that they've played a strong social and strategic game, orchestrated big moves, and show that their final opponent has done diddly squat compared to them.

A reminder of our jury: The jury is inevitably made up of people the top two will have blindsided and voted out along the way so the trick will be flexing their 'Survivor' skills while also charming the people they flat-out lied to.

We've got Shaun Hampson, David Genat, John Eastoe, Daisy Richardson, Simon Black, Janine Allis, and Abbey Holmes. Will they vote with their heads or their hearts?

How to watch it: Tuesday at 7.30pm.

The grand finale of Australian Survivor: Champions v Contenders' kicks of Monday, September 16 at 7:30pm, only on 10, 10 Play and WIN Network.