Interested in Language
In the confusing world of will and going to, which would be the right answer?
A: We will win this match.
B: We are going to win this match.
Let's say that we don't know the context or the meaning of the frase, wouldn't option A be most correct.
Option A indicating either that victory (for some reason) is inevitable or that there is at least a strong will present to win the match.
Option B is indicating more of a conslusion than an assumption. I'm not sure of the validity of this rule, but I know taht a lot of people use it.
Following the "assuption (will)/conclusion (going to) rule", in order to use "going to", we will have to make a conclusion based on some kind of evidence, like:
We're leading 2-0 with 10 minutes left. We're going to win this match.
Am I way off, just a little off or rigth on the spot here? :)
]If you don't know the context, you cannot say which is more likely.
In the context you have suggested, you are correct: there is present evidence of a future situation.