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FIFA 11 Simulation Predicts Liverpool v Man City Result

The latest FIFA 11 simulation from EA Sports has predicted the result between Liverpool and Manchester City who are scheduled to play later today.

Has EA Sports got the predicted scoreline correct? Check out the video above and then watch the real match later tonight. In the last video, FIFA 11 predicted the correct winning teams in the matches between Real Madrid and Spurs, and Chelsea against Manchester United.

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5 Responses to FIFA 11 Simulation Predicts Liverpool v Man City Result

  1. cnl. onion says:

    Get IN!!!!!

    Joe Cole scoring? haha

  2. MrTuktoyaktuk says:

    I was happy with the Adam Johnson part, the rest, not so much.

  3. Billy Bob Thornton says:

    Now we now its nonsense. The commentator said ‘good work from Maxi Rodriguez.’ Lol. Sooner see a pig landing at Stanstead.

  4. MCHobbit says:

    It almost had the Suarez bit at the beginning correct, but for the post in the actual match!

    But 3-0 at half – ugh, onto Wembley on Saturday (likely without Tevez – double UGH).

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