Who Does Rachel Lindsay Pick on 'The Bachelorette' Finale? 7 Clues That Might Reveal the Lucky Guy!

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After 10 weeks of crying, kisses and keeping it 100, Rachel Lindsay's time as the Bachelorette is coming to a close.

We already know that the 32-year-old attorney left the show engaged, but with three guys left in the game -- Bryan Abasolo, Peter Kraus and Eric Bigger -- which man will win her final rose?

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Though we won't find out for sure until tonight, here are seven clues that point to Bryan being the man who puts that Neil Lane sparkler on Rachel's finger.

1. Bryan Already Asked Permission to Propose

Though Peter has been just as much of a frontrunner throughout the season, he and Rachel have recently come to a head on the engagement issue -- with her making it clear that she wants a proposal at the end of the experience -- while he doesn't seem ready to commit. Bryan, on the other hand, has been clear about his eagerness to propose, even asking Rachel's mom for her blessing to pop the question.

"I didn't come this far for a boyfriend or a commitment," Rachel told ET at the Men Tell All taping last month. "I could have done that without a show."

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2. Bryan Has the Approval of Rachel's Mom

Bryan always seems to know the right things to say, which initially made Rachel (and her family) question his sincerity. At the end of the day, however, he earned her mom's approval.

"I think Bryan appears very honest and I trust Rachel, so I'm open to wherever life leads her," Rachel's mom, Kathy, admitted after her heart-to-heart with Bryan.

3. Rachel's Friends Are All About Him, Too

Bryan was also the only guy of the final three to meet Rachel's friends, who welcomed him into the fold with champagne and compliments. 

4. Rachel Defended Him Against All That Player Talk

"I mean, I'm not surprised [that fans are skeptical of Bryan] because, again, that was my reaction when I first met him. I had my guard up. I questioned it," Rachel told ET last month.

"I gave him a chance and so I feel like they should too," she continued. "I don't have to prove anything to anyone and I would remind people you're only getting a sneak peek."

Rachel also got defensive about Bryan's reality show past, declaring that his appearance on the 2004 UPN show, The Player,wasn't concerning for her. 

"I don't know Bryan 2004. I know him [in] 2017, so he's not a player anymore, from what I understand," she added.

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5. Bryan Got the First Impression Rose

The first impression rose doesn't necessarily mean he makes it all the way, but it does mean that Rachel saw potential with Bryan from the beginning -- and recent history is on their side.

The last two Bachelorettes, JoJo Fletcher and Kaitlyn Bristowe, are both engaged to the men who won their first impression roses: Jordan Rodgers and Shawn Booth, respectively.

6. The Rest of the Guys Think Bryan Has It in the Bag

ET caught up with several of Lindsay's castoffs at the Men Tell All taping, who agreed that Bryan seemed like the clear winner.

"I just feel like, Bryan is 37, he has no qualms about who he is or what he wants, and I believe that's what Rachel likes," Kenny King revealed. "Bryan is a great looking dude, he's got a great career and he's been there, done that. He's seen the game and now he's ready to find his queen."

"I don't think he's disingenuous. I think Bryan is the real deal," he added.

"I like Bryan a lot," Adam Gottschalk said. "I think his intentions are very good... The one thing I really do like about Bryan is he's all in. He's not half-ass, he's not 50 percent. He's 100 percent in, and I think that's the trait that has kept him there as long as it has, and hopefully Rachel knows that and she can see it."

Even Jack Stone, who was skeptical of Bryan's Player past, admitted that Bryan appears to be ready to settle down.

"That was a long time ago," Jack reasoned. "He's an older guy... and I don't think he's been engaged before, but that doesn't mean that he's not ready to settle down and get married and take his leap to the next phase in his life."

Another clue? Fred Johnson stopped by ET for a Facebook Live interview last week, where he revealed that the Bachelorette men are all in a group chat, except for Peter and Bryan. We're going to go out on a limb here and say that this piece of information makes Peter and Bryan the final two, and given Peter's hesitancy to commit, Bryan seems like the logical choice for Rachel.

7. The Location of Rachel's Engagement Party Is Very Telling...

As if the other six reasons weren't convincing enough, Rachel's pal and former Bachelor co-star, Astrid Loch, told ET last month that Rachel was planning two engagement parties, one in Dallas and another one in Miami, which just also happens to be Bryan's hometown.

All will be revealed on season finale of The Bachelorette, airing Monday at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.

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