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Use the width of the field

Passing the ball through the hands and moving your players from one side of the field to another is a great way to disrupt your opponents defense and potential counter attacking moves. Try hitting his defense on one side of…

The Game Breakers!

Rugby teams need to disorganise defences before they can expect to use the game breakers to the best effect. This means probing defences with big runners, or stretching defences by playing the ball wide. However, the best piece of advice…

The 'Up and Under' kick

This is a great move to keep your opponent under pressure and forcing him on to the back foot! It involves placing a strategic kick in behind his defense and charging after it with some fast paced players! This tactic…

Pressure from the kick-off

In the game of rugby the Kick Off and restart are the best times to put your opponent under huge pressure, with his men spread to receive the ball you have the opportunity to postition the ball in areas where…

Forward drive

Using your forwards is the best way to create gaps in your opponents defense. Use them to run at your opponents defenders forcing them to tackle and go to ground. Your players will get up at the end of your…

Targeting key players Featured

As in rugby, there are certain key players in Crash Tackle too. These are the players that have the ability to turn a game in a matter of seconds. By keeping opposition players like the scrum-half or fullback grounded, or injured, as…

The deep kick

Kicking the ball deep into your opponents territory applies huge pressure to his defence. His players use up their moves getting back to the ball and even if they gather it they are unable to launch an attack if they've…

Break the advantage line

The only way to really put pressure on your opponent is to break the advantage line. Every turn you must make sure that your team are moving the ball forward and past it's last position! Try to get behind your…

Create gaps in the defense

A Gap is a hole in your players defense that allows your ball carrier to get past without being tackled. If your opponent is defending well there should be no Gaps in his defense. If this is the case you…

Keep moving forward

The only way to really put pressure on your opponent is to keep advancing. Try to get your team moving the ball forward and past it's last position! This will get you behind your opponents defense and force them to…