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I've downloaded, tested and also created numerous tactics and I noticed that tactics using 2 strikers are usually more effective, offensively, than tactics utilizing only 1 striker.

The reason?

2 Strikers up front, especially if they have good off the ball stats, will always pull CBs out of positions. At times one of the strikers will get double marked leaving the other one wide open to receive a simple pass and be through on goal. Oddly enough, with a tactic utilizing 2, 3 or more AMs the single lone striker rarely works with the AMs and just keep doing long range shots.

Has anyone noticed this too?
 
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I guess it depends on the setup... 2 strikes kinda need more thorough setup and more tests to connect them well and get them to perform. as long as their suppliers
While 1 striker is relatively easier to setup. Which means more percentage of 1 striker to perform better.

The upper class may appear if you reach the perfect setup for the 2 strikers.
Or when you reach the perfect setup of MC's/AMC's in supply for 1 striker.
 
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