The Nottingham fighter controversially halted his opponent in the ninth round in November last year, and ahead of their rematch on Saturday evening, Eubank feels that 'The Cobra' still has to prove himself against the Londoner.
Speaking to Sky Sports News, Eubank said: "Carl didn't win the first fight. The decision went a particular way, but it was the wrong way, period. There is no discussion about that.
"The stoppage was the wrong decision. Out of respect for the fighters, to give a prediction, isn't really fair to me. We don't know what's in the hearts of the fighters, and I'm not a clairvoyant."
The Wembley fight, which will have 80,000 fans in attendance, is the biggest post-war fight in British boxing.