EastEnders spoilers: Sharon Watts exposed as Ian Beale's attacker by Max Branning

SHARON Watts is exposed as Ian Beale’s attacker by Max Branning next week in EastEnders.

Ian – who is played by Adam Woodyatt in the BBC One soap – survived Sharon’s latest murder attempt and fled Walford last week. 

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But viewers will see Max and Kathy’s suspicions grow next week when Ian remains missing.

Max grows determined to discover the truth and when he spots police talking to Bobby, he asks if there’s any news on Ian.

Later, Sharon panics when Linda tells her Max is on a mission to discover who attacked Ian in the Vic. 

When Max quizzes Sharon, she tells him he’s only trying to prove Tina’s innocence to get Linda back.

Later, Max is gutted to see Linda and Mick back together at the pub.

Meanwhile, Bobby and Kathy arrive with missing flyers for Ian.

A huge showdown erupts between Kathy and Sharon as Max makes a shock announcement, telling everyone that Sharon was behind Ian’s attack – and that Tina is innocent.

With everyone reeling from Max’s announcement, things soon turn nasty in the pub. 

Will Sharon make it out alive?

Later, Mick persuades Linda to get the truth from Max and is shocked when Max explains what he knows.

EastEnders viewers know that Ian secretly visited the doctors in recent scenes – and got proof that Sharon is poisoning him.

The business man’s shock move came after more and more residents of the Square noticed how ill he was looking – and Max suggested Sharon could be poisoning him. 

Ian was then able to catch Sharon out when she went full steam ahead with her deadly dinner last week, telling her to eat some of the poisoned pasta herself. 

A showdown ensued as Sharon forced Ian to admit to killing her son Dennis Mitchell.

Ian begged Sharon to believe it was a tragic accident, but the landlady was having none of it and told him he deserved to die in emotional scenes. 

Viewers then watched Ian shuffle to the tube station, throw away his phone – and bid farewell to Walford. 

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