“Game of Thrones” season 6 finale is about to hit small screen this Sunday (June 26), and everyone is thrilled to see how this season ends and what we could possible expect for the next installment.

GoT episode 9, titled “The Battle of The Bastards,” delivered what the fans were expecting for, the Reporter Times noted. Fans witnessed the arrival of Yara and Theon Grejoy in Meereen and of course, the epic battle in the show – Jon Snow versus Ramsay Bolton. The previous episode was very well directed and executed hence fans were also anticipating much bigger finale.

The season finale of “Game of Thrones” season 6 will be the longest episode in the show’s history. It has a running time of 69 minutes. After Sunday’s episode, the show will take a break until 2017. HBO has already renewed the show for two more seasons.

Meanwhile, HBO has recently dropped a teaser video for the season finale, but no official synopsis for episode 10, titled “The Winds of the Winter,” has been released as of yet.

Since there is no synopsis, speculations on what might happen in the conclusion of the sixth season have been flying around.

The teaser just provided little hints on what is coming up. The Independent wrote that among the events that fans could expect in season finale is that Littlefinger probably profess his love for Sansa after saving the day in episode 9.

The Reporter Times, on the other hand, wrote the biggest thing that could happen in the King’s Landing would be another test of Cersei at the hands of High Sparrow. The speculation of wildfire is also highly probable, especially now that Cersei is looking to cause destruction at the King’s Landing, the site added.

Let’s see if wildfire speculation will turn out to be true. Tune in to “Game of Thrones” season 6 episode 10 on Sunday (June 26) on HBO at 9 pm ET.

You can also catch “Game of Thrones” season 6 finale via HBO Now and on HBO on Demand beginning on Monday (June 27).