This Morning's 'Psychic Banana' predicts a Welsh win as the show gets into the spirit ahead of the Euro 2016 semi-final

This Morning's "Psychic Banana" has predicted a win for the Wales team ahead of their historic Euro 2016 semi-final match with Portugal.

The banana has a strong track history with its predictions, prophesying England's loss against Iceland and Wales' win over Belgium.

Holly Willoughby cut off the end of the tasty yellow fruit to reveal that the core suggested Cymru would take a narrow victory tonight.

"It's a little yes so I think it's going to be a good match, it might be penalties," she told an excited Phillip Schofield and Rylan Clark-Neal.

The ITV show adopted a Welsh theme for the day, with Phil putting his acting skills to good use as he pulled off a triumphant Welsh welcome to This Morning on Wednesday.

Opening with the show's name changed to the Welsh "bore ma gyda phillip a holli" (This Morning with Phillip and Holly, for the uninitiated), Phil then delivered a greeting to viewers that sounded like he was a local.

"Helo a Croeso i eich Bore Ma ar Dyth Mercher," he said, meaning "Hello and welcome to your Wednesday's This Morning."

Unfortunately Holly's offering was a little lower-brow, giving her best impression of Nessa from Gavin & Stacey's catchphrase, "What's occurring?"

"You've undone all the good work!" moaned Phil, as she giggled at her greeting.

"Well yours is so good," Holly beat back.

The duo revealed that the studio had been turned red, green and white for the day, with Welsh flags dotted around their desk.

Chef Phil Vickery tackled the perfect half-time snacks of Welsh laverbread and Welsh Rarebit.

Rylan got into the football spirit too by wearing a daffodil headpiece.

This Morning is on ITV, weekdays at 10.30am.

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