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Neighbours spoilers: Awkward! Amy learns medic Rob has a crush on her

Neighbours, Amy Williams, Rob Carson

Love dilemma! After her brother David plays Cupid, Amy discovers hospital doctor Rob fancies her. But does she feel the same way?

Amy's brother David and his fiance Aaron have been trying to set up single Amy with eligible Erinsborough Hospital doctor Rob. But it certainly hasn't been love at first sight!

Amy finds herself in an awkward situation when she turns up at the hospital for a medical test and discovers Rob is going to be her doctor. To make matters worse, cheeky David has been doing some more meddling and reveals Rob has a crush on Amy and he's given the medic Amy's number! Will Amy agree to give the handsome doc a chance to wine and dine her?

Meanwhile, Chloe is struggling to put on a brave face in the aftermath of her shock medical diagnosis. But seeing how excited her family are about brother Aaron's upcoming wedding to David, Chloe can't bring herself to ruin the moment by revealing her terrible news.

School teacher Elly is concerned when she sees signs her younger sister Bea could be dyslexic. But when Elly tries to help, by getting Bea's boss Mark to ease-up on her at the garage, her plan backfires and Bea storms down to the school to confront Elly for interfering...

Neighbours continues weekdays at 1:45pm and 5:30pm on Channel 5

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