The bottom six Professionals prepare for battle as they are told that they will be working as a team in a service challenge to feed 100 diners.
Michael had once said he would be able to out cook Jacques Reymond and now it looks like he may just have his chance to prove it.
The six Professionals will face off against a brigade lead by the legend himself, Jacques Reymond.
Tracey is feeling annoyed that Michael is managing her too closely and feels that she doesn't need to be told what to do.
Jacques Reymonds' brigade is in a bit of hot water as they realise that peeling the scampi's is turning out to be incredibly time consuming and they are running out of prep time.
Bonny's heart sinks when she realises that the oven door has been left open resulting in some flat meringues and she doesn’t have enough time to make a new batch.
The Professionals don't have Marco to help lead them through this service so they will have to rely on Michael to run the pass and keep the service on time.
With some quick thinking, the team decide that they can salvage the meringues by filling them with some Chantilly cream.
Bonny and Cassie are over the moon when they hear that their dessert was the favourite over Jacques Reymond's dessert and are safe from Elimination.
Matt and Marco believe that Tracey's veal was overcooked and decide that it’s her turn to say goodbye to the competition.
The judges explain that the Professionals will be undergoing a major cook off: three rounds using three core ingredients.
With only 30 minutes for Round 3, 20 minutes for Round 2 and just 10 minutes to produce a spectacular dish for Round 1, the Professionals get cracking.
Cameron is anxious about impressing Marco and doesn't take Matt and Marco's comments well.
Akuc is worried that her duck is undercooked and is relieved to here that the judges thought her dish was perfectly cooked and called it 'finger licking good.'
Cameron is feeling awfully confident about his dish and says to Marco, 'you can't rush perfection.' To which Marco cheekily replied "I wish you had done it with the duck."
Cassie is embarrassed to hear that Marco is disappointed in her efforts as he had once said she had 'golden fingers.'
Using the core ingredient shellfish, the Professionals have a mere ten minutes to whip a dish that will keep them safe in the competition.
For this week's Reinvention challenge, the Professionals are asked to reinvent a classic family favourite, but which one will it be?
Rhys puts his hand up to take a knife and selects the classic family favourite dish 'Sunday Roast.'
After being a vegetarian for nine years, Marco questions Kylie's choice not to cook the pork on the bone.
Not being able to find horseradish in the pantry, Nick is determined to have a peppery element to his dish and gets creative with a turnip sauce.
Tracey struggles to create respectable looking Yorkshire Puddings despite being from Yorkshire.
Due to her inexperience cooking roast meats, Marco suggests that Kylie should have got a bigger piece of meat and now needs to find a way to fix it as bad crackling is not on in the MasterChef kitchen.
It's a sigh of relief for Nick as Matt and Marco announce that he has the dish of the day.
The fight for survival was fierce but the judges couldn't see past the critical issues with Kylie's dish and decide it's time for her to say goodbye to the competition.