- Central grid from half-way line to goal. Wide areas seperated in line with the sides of penalty box.
- Two attacking players on first line and two on last line. One free attacker in between.
- One attacker in both wide areas.
- Three defending players on two seperate lines and a goalkeeper.
- Ball starts with attackers on first line.
- First line of attackers must feed the ball into the final line of attackers.
- If they manage to progress directly through the centre, they earn 2 points.
- If they need to use wide player to link the play into the final third, they earn 1 point.
- Free attacker in the middle can assist in breaking lines with decoy movements or bounce passes to draw pressure from an opponent and open a central passing lane.
- He can also choose to join last line of attackers to create man for man scenario.
- Once ball has progressed into the final third, attackers can earn 2 more points if they break through to create a shooting opportunity centrally.
- If they are unable to do so, they can feed one of the arriving wide players for a cross/cut-back, earning 1 point.
- Defending team must retain two lines of three, but can stagger their positioning to make it more difficult for attacking team to play through. They can also look to block the passes towards and from the wide players if possible.
- Various ways to open passing lanes: horizontal shifting, reverse passes, diagonal passes, decoy movements, link passes, wall passes, etc.
- Final third combinations: one-twos, 3rd man runner(free man arriving from deep), overlaps, outplaying direct opponent before exploiting numerical advantage, etc.
- Positioning for low crosses/cut-backs: blindside movements, double movements, decoys, late runs to near/back post, free man arriving from deep, etc.