Focusing on using the wide players (wingers) to create the chances for forwards you can expect to see the wide area's very busy. The wingbacks are also overlapping which creates so many option's going forward.
The two in midfield are quite defensive the deep lying playmaker is the more defensive one of the two, he is there to look for the long balls over to the wings or to find the strikers getting in behind. And the box to box is crucial he helps going forward but also is there to defend any counter attacks you may face.
This tactic is designed to simply outscore, are you going to concede? Yes you are.
However in the video below I do explain several different things you could tweak going into games/during games to make this tactic more balanced and somewhat even defensive.
Test 1 - Leicester City
Test 2 - Spezia
Test 3 - PSG
Test 4 - Ipswich Town
Test 5 - Bayern Munich
Data Hub Attacking/Defending -
Screenshot Of Used Tactic
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