Defensive underdog tactic, stays narrow at all times and chokes out the game. At it's best this tactic will face little to no shots on goal while creating a small hand full of clear cut chances. Relies on having at least 1 forward who is capable of getting in behind.
Tested with Sunderland, winning back to back promotion and finishing 6th in first prem season. I had one game where I faced 0 shots on target against Man City and won 1-0.