The Manchester City Vs Chelsea kickoff time isn’t long away today, and we have already heard that Man City’s Sergio Aguero is feeling good before the Premier League football match starting at 4PM UK time. Like we see most weekends, gamers have already started offering their Man City Vs Chelsea FC prediction videos created within FIFA 14.
During this weekend it’s a little different though, and this is thanks to the FIFA 15 demo being out and matches being uploaded from this version featuring Chelsea FC and Man City. Some of these are just gameplay videos detailing the differences between Manchester City and Chelsea graphics/gameplay in FIFA 15 or 14.
This is great if you want to see how the same teams look different in FIFA 15 and FIFA 14, although we like how you can clearly see the changes made with the latest update set to release next week.
The screenshot above was taken from the first video below that features Man City’s Sergio Aguero within the lineup, although this is played on the older FIFA 14 game. The video creator explains the footage is just a “highlight match” and includes their prediction for the actual game taking place today. The lineup within this gameplay isn’t that of the official players taking part in the game on September 21st.
Another prediction for the Man City Vs Chelsea game today can be seen in the second video, which also takes place within FIFA 14. This footage sees Sergio Leonel “Kun” Aguero score the first goal, although the prediction has it at a 2-1 win to Chelsea FC.
Below those two videos you can see a couple more, but this time they feature FIFA 15 gameplay with one video clearly taking place on Xbox One.
Who do you think will actually win in the Chelsea vs. Manchester City football match today? If you have a prediction, leave your expected score below. Just in case you missed it, you should take a look at a recent official EA Sports trailer with Chelsea’s Eden Hazard showing off some skills in FIFA 15.
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