Should you prioritize the analysis aspects of your team with respect to the importance you give to those of the opposing

The answer is YES, since in this way we will achieve an improvement of the team, although we must also dedicate a percentage to the analysis of the opposing team. There are many actions to analyze from the rival team. In this post we will present the ones that we consider most important.

The variables to be analyzed of the opponent are the set pieces with the new technologies we can know what the opponent does in the corners, lateral fouls or those situations that we want to work on.

Another of the variables is the behavior of the rival in defensive task, from there we can draw conclusions about what we should do with our team in attack.

On the contrary, we also have the behavior of the rival in the attack task, if we see that the rival repeats the same actions, we inform our players, and work on the situations in training tasks that we know the opponent will do.

We also have the situation of the decisive player if we know what he usually does we have a good chance of being able to stop him.

Another aspect to be analyzed by the opponent is the pressure zone if we know where, how, how many press, we can give our team more or less solvency in a certain area of the field.

We can also observe the start of the game and the ability of its players to carry it out, since there may be players who are not adapted to that style of play, therefore we can know what we have to do to put the opponent in trouble.

A very important question is to know which players are more prone to error ⭕, since if we know which players they are, we can take actions to induce them to error.

Finally, another aspect is to give importance to the analysis of transitions, since many coaches take transitions into account, but not the speed with which those transitions are reached and it is a very important point.

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