The next Israeli government (after a couple of elections) will be formed by the Likud, all leftwing parties, the Ultra-Orthodox, and an Arab splinter.
It’s a calculated guess. Bibi will stay the most popular. The anti-Bibi right-wing will now take the attitude of the left (we are the best, everyone wants us, no compromises are in order) while the left will wake up and see that it will get more done in a unity government under Bibi than in the opposition. The Orthodox parties will choose a seat at the table too.
The opposition would also have small parties from the whole spectrum.
But, it’s still possible that Bibi says: I’m too old for this nonsense and shoves Barkat into the limelight to succeed him. That could pacify some of the rightwing anti-Bibi guys and create the possibility of a rightwing government with all of the left in the opposition.
But, if Trump doesn’t flee to Israel in time and lands in jail, or does (with Kushner following him), Bibi could persuade Kushner to be his successor.
In other words: Israeli politics: never a bore. There’s nothing like it.