Use "team management" stretegy given by the other guides. The 2 videos will give you an idea, how you best play against the CPU.
1st video: Australia vs. Solomon Islands
All credit for the video goes to BurningPandama
REMEMBER: This video shows all goals coming from through passes (
). This can only be done successfully, if there are 2 strikers in front. (Rebound goals, shown in the video below only work with 2 strickers aswell!) If you're playing 4-3-3, like most guides tell you, crsossing is the key! Cause you can see, that the goalie is turning down nearly every 1 on 1. Don't forget to change the formation of Solomon Islands to 3-4-3.
Australia: Kewell (center midfield) / Bresciano (right midfield) / Tiatto (left midfield) / Emerton (right striker) / Cahill (center striker) / Viduka (left striker)
2nd video: Sweden vs. Brazil
REMEMBER: Through passes (
) are the key here. If you want to do them with (more) success, either stay with the default formation of Sweden or change it to 4-2-4. (Change Brazil's formation to 3-4-3, of course.) If you're on the 1 on 1 with the goalkeeper and you're coming from the left/right, always try to aim for the short post. And shoot just before the goalie can reach you. Like that, he can't react quick enough. The video is also showing chip shots (
). I would recommend trying to practice them for 1 or 2 matches. If you master the timing and everything, you can try doing them on the 1 on 1. But I did it without any chip shots.
For me, Marcos was the weakest goalkeeper of the Brazilian team.
Hope this helps...!