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Tips to solve the problem of low scoring in fifa15

11/25/2014 / Comments Off


Just as you know,the defense of goalkeeper have been more and more tighter.Certainly,the scoring rate will drop a lot if you are shoot like before.so today I would share our skillful players shoot experiences to help you solve the problem of low scoring.

You should know the feeling of shooting are not the same with different players, different ball position, different moving speed or different defensive pressure, but they all have a common characteristic is that Flair Shot, set it in Basic Controls. Using this skill to make a wonderful and unexpected action if you are a shot player and you will find the success rate of shooting improved than usual, what’s more, you can enter the ball before you can not. Xavier Hernandez Creus ever been to the ball with restricted line inclined 45 degrees to the inside of the far goal post, and the
Messi has been to sign his goal, cut inside on the right lateral, long shots from outside the area into the hanging dead. What’s more, the other pole or a good scoring opportunity with this method rate increased significantly.

With more and more operational in FIFA 15, short biography of LT + A is more precision than a short pass of directly, the players through some simple key combination to achieve some tactical coordination and get goals. So the push shot of RB + X also did not like the before just used only to spin the far post, and cut inside the penalty area with small-angle of RB + X push shot also has a good scoring rate. Another is the RT + X for long-distance shot burst and so on.

In short, these are our suggestions about FIFA 15 shooting.you can read this article carefully and Hope you get benefit from this article . By the way, cheap FIFA 15 coins are provided on fifa15-coins.com.

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Share with you some fifa15 defending tips

11/24/2014 / Comments Off


What’s probably the most important thing to think about when defending in FIFA 15?I suppose the first is the position.

Keeping your shape, taking up good positions and not diving into tackles was important when defending in FIFA 14, but in FIFA 15 it’s absolutely essential if you’re going to keep the goals out. Thanks to a number of attacking improvements, which we’ll take a closer look at when we focus on attacking next time, opposition players are more mobile with the ball at their feet so it’s easier for them to jink past defenders that rush in too quickly or go flying into tackles.

For that reason it’s vital that you resist the temptation to press too often and too aggressively with any of your defensive players, especially your back line. That can be easier said than done – I still hunt the ball at the wrong times every so often – but if you can break the habit and concentrate on your positioning then you should find you concede fewer goals overall.

In terms of positioning, the most important players to keep your eyes on are your centre-backs. Try to completely avoid stepping one or both of them out of your back line to actively go and attack the ball, because if they’re rushing towards it then the forward needs only to change direction to use your CB’s momentum against him, taking him out of the move for long enough to leave a big gap where he just came from. Instead, make the forward work to beat any of your players by taking up a strong defensive position between the ball and your goal, facing the play. The key thing here is holding that position rather than moving towards the ball, so that you’re able to react quickly to any changes of direction because you haven’t got your own momentum to correct first. If you do need to apply pressure on the ball then use the team-mate contain function so you can concentrate on keeping your CBs in the best positions while an AI-controlled player presses the play.

When tackling there are two important things to remember:

1) Avoid constant standing tackles: Try to use your positioning and body strength to win the ball without making a tackle if you can – either by holding your position then moving into the path of the ball so the player in possession runs into you or, if you’re side-by-side, by using the left stick to move between the ball and the forward. A short press of the push/pull button can really help to get you into a better position here, too. Just don’t do it too often in quick succession or you’ll concede a foul.

2) Go easy on sliding tackles: Use a standing tackle when you’re very close and you’re as sure as you can be that you will make contact with the ball. If you miss it and you’re too far behind the play to recover, switch to a defender closer to your goal and try to fill the gap without creating a new one until your team-mate is back in position. Just remember not to rush out with your CBs. I only use sliding tackles to block shots that I would otherwise not be able to get to or as a last resort.

Something else I still catch myself doing here and there is sprinting with a player that’s just too far away from the action to make a difference, and in FIFA 15 that is bad news. Players seem to tire faster than in previous versions if you run them everywhere at full speed and the effects of fatigue can cost you in the latter stages of games, either because they won’t have the stamina to keep up with the opposition or they’ll pull up with injuries.

Save sprinting for when you really need it, maybe to accelerate and intercept the ball or to keep pace with a striker. Constantly holding the button down when you’re defending will not only sap your stamina but could also cause you to rush into tackles, which as we’ve already talked about is something that must be avoided.

Playing It Safe
One of the best defensive tips from FIFA 14 is still just as relevant in the new game – take no risks at the back!

Playing out from defence can feel very satisfying, and moving the ball around your back four, bringing a high ball down with a centre-back, playing a short pass with your keeper or heading a cross to a team-mate is fine as long as there are no opposition players nearby. But if you do concede possession in your own third of the pitch then it can only take a second or two for the other team to punish you with a goal, so play it safe when under pressure at the back.

Always use the shoot button for defensive headers in your own box when there are opposition players around, and press the same button to clear a dropping ball first time if you’re running towards your own goal with a striker for company. Don’t be too proud to play a pass back to your goalkeeper rather than risk a flash turn with a defender, and never try to dribble out from the back with your CBs.

Keep the passing simple and play the way you’re facing so you can keep the ball moving quickly, and avoid trying to pass across your own penalty area. I’m not suggesting a long ball game here – by all means play the ball out from the back when it’s safe to do so – but unless you’re certain that what you want to do is going to work, it’s safer to choose another option or get the ball away from your goal and regroup.

Maybe you will see more defensive tips in greater detail in the future,but now I hope these would be useful to you if you’ve been a bit leaky so far.see more at fifa15-coins.com

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Three basic attacking tips in fifa15

11/24/2014 / Comments Off


What’s the ultimate goals in fifa15 games?It’s score!Therefore,you need master at least three vital parts of effective attacking play – dribbling, passing and shooting – and what you can do to create more chances and bag more goals.Maybe you know,there’s no guaranteed way to score in FIFA 15, which is great and attacking play in general feels very varied and exciting this year, but the tips here are working well for me so hopefully they’ll help you find the net more often too.


Players are much more agile and responsive with the ball at their feet in FIFA 15, so it’s that bit easier to get past a marker and create space using a few simple but effective dribbling techniques. I’m taking players on in the final third of the pitch more in the new game than in any other version I can remember and – as well as being a very exciting way to play – it’s making a big difference to my attacks; I’m regularly creating good chances by dribbling past opponents and moving into space.

Improved control over the ball definitely helps with dribbling, but for me the key is being able to read a defender’s movement. If you can spot where the defender is and where they’re likely to be in a second or two then it’s often possible to use their own momentum against them with a well-timed change of direction, a burst of pace or even a short but complete stop – especially if they press the ball aggressively or sprint into tackles.

One of the easiest ways to do this is to use the left stick on its own, so without holding down sprint at the same time, to sharply change direction just before the defender gets to you. Then, as soon as you’re facing the way you want to dribble, a quick burst of pace can often be enough to take you out of the defender’s path and into space. If you have lots of space to move into then you can hold down the sprint button and push the right stick in the direction you want to go to nudge the ball further ahead of you. That’s especially useful if you’re using a fast player who isn’t as physically strong as the defender, as you should be able to accelerate away quicker and avoid contact.

Another dribbling move I use regularly is the stop and go. Again this uses the defender’s momentum against him but instead of changing direction you completely stop for a very short space of time, just long enough for him to overshoot your run path slightly, before sprinting in the direction you were running originally. This change of pace is really effective against opponents who defend by trying to predict where you’re going with the ball, as that quick stop is often enough to throw their timing off and clear the way. To do it, hold LB or L1 on its own while running with the ball then, when the defender has moved past you, sprint into the space or use sprint and the right stick to push the ball into it.

I think it’s also worth having a couple of effective skill moves in your locker, too. I’m not the world’s best at skills but I find the Ball Roll to be really useful for quickly shifting the ball to dodge a tackle or beat a defender, and I use the Stop and Turn move to protect the ball while spinning past a defender and on to my player’s strong foot. The Ball Roll is a two-star move you can do by holding the right stick up or down when dribbling left or right, and you’ll need a four-star skills player to do the basic version of the Stop and Turn. Push the right stick the way you’re facing then flick it up or down to head in one of those directions. Both are really useful at the right times and will quickly become instinctive once you’ve used them a bit more.


Changing the pace of your passing is a good way to unlock a stubborn defence in FIFA 15, especially when the other team has plenty of numbers back behind the ball. Keeping the ball moving around your team with simple, patient passes while steadily trying to advance should encourage the opponent to come out and press eventually, which can leave gaps for you to play into, and I’ve found that using a faster passing style every so often can really help too.

Team-mates make smarter runs off the ball into space now, so it feels like there are more options when you have possession and that makes a faster passing game a little easier, especially if you’re using players with good passing attributes. Moving the ball quickly doesn’t give your opponent much time to settle into position, so they can end up chasing the play and that usually leads to spaces opening up somewhere. Play the way you’re facing to keep the ball moving at a good pace, use low-power through balls to play short passes to team-mates making runs around you and look for one-twos, especially with your strikers. A quick one-two between your front players will often bring a centre-back out of the back line, leaving a gap for you to receive the ball back in a dangerous area.

Switching between the two passing styles will make you less predictable and much tougher to defend against. Just be aware of not advancing too quickly when using a faster passing style. For example, if you spot a striker up front on his own and rush a pass to him then he’s going to be isolated with defenders all around him. Unless he’s quick and has space behind the defence to move into, it’s better to pass elsewhere and give your forward a chance to get support before looking for him again.


There’s a lot more variety to shooting in FIFA 15 and goalkeepers are definitely better, so finding the back of the net can be a bit more
challenging, but there are a few things you can do to improve your chances.

Getting the basics right consistently will make a big difference, so always check out your strikers to see which foot they’re dominant with and whether or not they have a good weak foot rating. Where possible, try to work the ball on to their strongest side for the best chance to score and be careful with power and direction. FIFA 14 was perhaps more forgiving with over-powering shots, but in my first ten games of 15 I was regularly launching the ball over the bar or hitting it wildly wide because I was striking it way too hard or from the wrong angles. Since then I’ve had more joy going for less power generally when close in, and concentrating on accuracy rather than flash outside-of-the-boot finishes.

That said the ball does fly really well and I have seen some worldies so far – both for and against me – so I don’t want to discourage speculative efforts completely, but when I need to score in the last minute of a game or any other situation when it really counts, I go for less power and more accuracy.

When one-on-one with the keeper I find that moving the ball a little to the left or right just before shooting can help to create more of a gap to aim for, because the keeper may need to re-position slightly. GKs are more responsive and reactive so it’s definitely not a guaranteed way to score by any means, but a Ball Roll or small nudge of the left stick followed by a quick, well-aimed shot can be effective. I also really like trying to take the keeper on using the right stick to burst past him, or by faking a shot then bursting past, which you can do by powering up with the shoot button and cancelling with short pass. For these two the idea is to use the GK’s momentum in coming out to the ball to create space for you to dribble into.

Finally for shooting, expect more rebounds. Goalkeepers tend to get their hands to more shots, so be ready to react with a nearby player once you’ve had an initial attempt on goal.

All in all,that’s all on attacking for now.we hope the tips here help you hit the back of the net more often.see more at fifa15-coins.com.

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