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    Counter 3n-4dm-1mc-2

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    I was thinking to 3n-1-4-2

    - stop his long passes to strikers with DMC
    - take possession control At midfield

    Other ideas?
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    looks good
    Also I would avoid playing attack.
    Also check his DML-DMR. their stats (are the scoring or giving assists ? )
    Maybe he is using them as "hidden" wingers.
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    Depends on your own team's strengths, but yeah a 3-1-4-2 works. You could also try a AMC for a ST, to exploit the gap in the center. You could even drop the DMC for a 1 - 2 up top, given his pretty defensive formation. Like you said, keep possession in the final third.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nikolgiorgos View Post
    looks good
    Also I would avoid playing attack.
    Also check his DML-DMR. their stats (are the scoring or giving assists ? )
    Maybe he is using them as "hidden" wingers.
    If Javert has decent ML/MR, I guess that would contain the DM's. They're most likely playing a long pass / crossing game. So going on the defensive will only draw the play into his own half, won't it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nikolgiorgos View Post
    looks good
    Also I would avoid playing attack.
    Also check his DML-DMR. their stats (are the scoring or giving assists ? )
    Maybe he is using them as "hidden" wingers.
    Agree

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    Quote Originally Posted by Palash Mitra View Post
    Depends on your own team's strengths, but yeah a 3-1-4-2 works. You could also try a AMC for a ST, to exploit the gap in the center. You could even drop the DMC for a 1 - 2 up top, given his pretty defensive formation. Like you said, keep possession in the final third.

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    Gap in the Centre to put an AMC... Where?