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Thread: How to beat 4-3N-3?

  1. #11
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    try this
    st st
    (red arrow) aml amr (red arrow)
    mc mc (blue arrow)

    dl dc (blue arrow) dc dr (red arrow)


    Attacking
    down both sides
    whole pitch
    normal
    mixed
    zonal

    counter atack

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    Quote Originally Posted by davide cacciapaglia View Post
    i searched the forum but i'm confused.

    I've always had difficulties against this training, i'm level 7.

    I tried the 4-3-2w-1 and lost with the 4-4-2 i won because i was stronger.

    The 4-1-3n-1-1 draw.

    I was thinking of using 4-1-3n-2 or 4-1-2-1-2 narrow diamond. Do you have suggestions?

    Orders: Normal mentality, through middle, short passes, press own half, no counterattack and offside.

    This is my team:
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    3n-1(dmc)-3n-2w-1
    Red FC-Level 24-Season 24
    Winners x 17 (2nd x 5 , 3rd x 1)
    Winners x 7 (2nd x 2 , 3rd x 4)
    Winners x 6 (2nd x 5 , 3rd x 3)
    TREBLE X 3

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    3142, does the trick for me.
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    3-5-2 pass mixed on the flanks or 4-5-1. Mentality normal, ml and mr up.

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    I use always a 4-3-3 and have problems to beat the 4-1-4-1, so as the mates've said, is a good formation.

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    4-1-4-1 ..bro

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    Quote Originally Posted by shakiraa View Post
    Anyone can share winning formation against 4-3-3? Thanks!!!


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    3N-1-3N-2W-1
    With counterattacking on, attacking stils, and both flanks passing.
    I use it for every 4-3-3 who is as strong as I am and i Win!

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    Hello
    4-1-4-1
    Very well played 3-0
    My team was weak to a lot
    P.S. Sorry for English, likely to win 3 Cup in the season

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    try 4-1-3-2 or 4-2-2-2. So far my team always win against midfield formation

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