Update: While the FIFA simulation is an interesting watch for England and Switzerland fans, especially to see if the 2-0 win to Switzerland prediction becomes reality. We’d like to point out that the lineup doesn’t include either of the players that were predicted to score.
The official lineup for Switzerland includes Mehmedi, Seferovic, Shaqiri, Behrami, Xhaka, Inler, Djourou, Rodriguez, Von Bergen, Lichtsteiner, and Sommer.
Original article and video below article: The England vs. Switzerland Euro 2016 Qualifying football match is taking place right now. Within the last hour a new FIFA video game simulation has been uploaded to YouTube, which aims to make a prediction on the games outcome.
Within this FIFA SIM featured below you will see Bayer Leverkusen striker Josip Drmic and Hertha BSC player Valentin Stocker score for Switzerland. Take a look at the gameplay footage below this article to see how this fan predicts the game to play out.
We are sure many of our readers won’t agree with the 2-0 win to Switzerland, and they’ll also hope England score at least one goal after seeing their performance during the world cup. It will be interesting to see if this 2-0 prediction becomes a reality.
What are your thoughts on the real world match at half-time with the official game featuring no goals yet? Are you happy with the performance of both teams? Take a look at the video game simulation below, then let u snow if you agree that England’s playing better than against Norway? Personally, we have a feeling England will be scoring in the second half and this simulation won’t be correct.
Update: Danny Welbeck scores his first England goal for a year and takes the score to 1-0 to England.