With only four days left to vote in MTV News' "Harry Potter" World Cup, the competition is heating up as the contestants narrow down.

The Final Four "Harry Potter" characters were revealed Friday (July 8), and now Hermione Granger faces off against Professor Snape while Ron Weasley has a showdown with Sirius Black. It's anyone's call as to who will make it into the finals, let alone take home the trophy.

"It gets down to who fans really want to see take this entire tournament home," said Julia Hodges of DanRadcliffe.com and RupertGrint.net.

Even with the stakes raised so high, the "Harry Potter" experts MTV has been chatting with have their own gut feelings about who is going to make it into the final round. And, according to Rosie Halse of the Leaky Cauldron, this is Hermione's last hurrah.

"This is where Hermione is going to fall down, unfortunately," Halse predicted. "I love Hermione to pieces, but I think that Snape has a much more ardent following. He has so many twists and turns in the book, whereas Hermione is quite a constant character that perhaps Snape might win on a character basis."

But the experts still feel that one of the series' Big Three will make it into the finals: Ron Weasley. "Sirius has been such an important role model to Harry, yet Ron has been such an important friend to Harry," Andrew Sims of MuggleNet said. "I think in this competition, Ron is going to win because: A) popularity, and B) he's always been by Harry's side."

Voting for the Final Four continues on the MTV Movies Blog through Sunday, July 10, at midnight. Then the showdown between the last two "Potter" characters left standing begins promptly at 12:01 a.m. ET on Monday, July 11, with the winner being announced later that night during MTV's live stream of the "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2" red-carpet premiere in New York City.

We're streaming live from the red carpet at the New York premiere of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2" on Monday, July 11, at 4:30 p.m. ET. Visit MTV.com to watch interviews with the stars and see the winner of the "Harry Potter" World Cup announced live. Tweet your questions for the cast @MTVNews using the hashtag #AskPotter.

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