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'Psychic' Alpaca predicts England and Wales will lose today's World Cup games

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An alpaca has reduced football enthusiasts to stitches after he predicted that both England and Wales would both lose their World Cup games to their opponents later today. 

Alfie, who lives with his Alpaca friends on Fairytale Farm in Oxfordshire, with owner Nick Laister, was tasked to predict the outcomes of both teams’ first game in the Qatar World Cup, which kicks off today. 

England is set to face off with Iran in their game, which will be broadcast on the BBC from 1pm, UK time, while Wales will take on the United States at 7pm. 

The animal was asked to pick between a feeder adorned with the UK flag, and another with the Iranian flag. He later reproduced the same test with the Welsh and US flags.  

As he appeared on This Morning, Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield winced and moaned at Alfie as he touted England to lose three-to-nil against Iran, and the US team to win one to nil over Wales. 

The segment made football fans chuckle, with some, including Phil, questioning the psychic credentials of the Alpaca. 

During the psychic experiment, Alfie predicted that England would lose three-nil against Iran, and the

 During the psychic experiment, Alfie predicted that England would lose three-nil against Iran, and the

When the time came for the animal to choose, he didn’t hesitate one second before heading to the feeder with the Iranian flag, going back for a second and third time. 

‘Does it mean three-nil,’ Holly asked, wincing, while Phil covered his eyes in disbelief and members of the This Morning team laughed. 

‘Things aren’t looking great for England,’ Holly deadpanned. 

Meanwhile, Phil tempered that Alfie didn’t have ‘a massive track record.’

Alfie, who lives with his Alpaca friends on Fairytale Farm in Oxfordshire, with owner Nick Laister, was tasked on This Morning to predict the outcomes of both teams' first game in the Qatar World Cup, which kicks off today. He predicted both teams to lose

Alfie, who lives with his Alpaca friends on Fairytale Farm in Oxfordshire, with owner Nick Laister, was tasked on This Morning to predict the outcomes of both teams’ first game in the Qatar World Cup, which kicks off today. He predicted both teams to lose

As he appeared on This Morning, Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield winced and moaned at Alfie as he touted the US team to win one to nil over Wales

As he appeared on This Morning, Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield winced and moaned at Alfie as he touted the US team to win one to nil over Wales

Speaking of the psychic animal, owner Nick Laister told Phil and Holly that he was fairly confident that 'Alfie knows what he is doing'

Speaking of the psychic animal, owner Nick Laister told Phil and Holly that he was fairly confident that ‘Alfie knows what he is doing’

‘I’m just trying to make myself and everybody else feel just that little bit later,’ he told Holly.   

Alfie then moved on to predict the outcome of the US-Wales games this evening. 

After his own Nick changed the flags on both feeder, the Alpaca once again got to pick his feeder, and chose the American one over the Welsh flag. 

Holly and Phil winced and gasped as the animal once again favoured a rival team. 

Handsome boy Alfie appeared with his owner and handler at the farm on today's This Morning to predict the world cup's English and Welsh games

Handsome boy Alfie appeared with his owner and handler at the farm on today’s This Morning to predict the world cup’s English and Welsh games 

‘He might as well be spitting in your face,’ Holly told Phil, before adding: ‘We’re not lucky with alpacas on this show.

Phil tried to contest the results, saying he was ‘doubting on behalf of Wales.’

But Holly replied: ‘The alpaca has spoken, unfortunately, if he’s right, Iran to win and USA.’

Speaking of the psychic animal,  owner Nick Laister told Phil and Holly that he was fairly confident that ‘Alfie knows what he is doing.’

He added that the animal can see through people, and has a ‘knowing look that tells you “I know a little bit more than you do”.’ 

The moment left football enthusiasts in stitches as they took to Twitter to share their reaction.

‘That poor guy looks mortified that the Alpaca chose Iran,’ one said of Alfie’s handler. 

‘Alpacas haven’t got a clue,’ another said.

‘Not laughing at all at Alfie the Alpaca,’ one joked, adding ‘good boy.’

 Meanwhile, another simply wrote: ‘Oh no Alphie!’ 

cThe moment left football enthusiasts in stitches as they took to Twitter to share their reactions

cThe moment left football enthusiasts in stitches as they took to Twitter to share their reactions 

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