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FIFA 11 Predicts Chelsea Against Manchester City Winner

Thanks to the help of FIFA 11, EA Sports has created a simulation of what they think will happen during Sunday’s match of the day when Chelsea takes on Manchester City at Stamford Bridge.

The game is of upmost importance to both sides. So while many in the EPL Talk crew are predicting a tense 0-0 draw, the brains behind FIFA 11 have a different idea. Watch the above video to see who they think will win.

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4 Responses to FIFA 11 Predicts Chelsea Against Manchester City Winner

  1. Robson Bell says:

    im going for a 1-2 to city with kolarov scoreing the opener and torres scoreing his first goal as an equliser and tevez scoreing the winner for city!

  2. The Gaffer says:

    They got the Berbatov prediction right. Not the correct scoreline, but they came close.

    Cheers,
    The Gaffer

  3. Jason says:

    Fifa 11 gets it wrong again! Chelsea 2 – City 0.

  4. Terry says:

    Anyone know the success rate of FIFA 11′s predictions? Would be interested in seeing what percent it got right. Maybe a weekly summary might be good for this site. Just for fun.

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