Graham Arnold plans to get the Socceroos attacking more centrally as he bids to copy of some of the methods of the best club side's in the world.
Under Arnold the national team has been working on its attacking rotations and getting more players into the box.
This new offensive strategy will be used against Kuwait on Tuesday (AEDT).
"We've done a full analysis of the top teams across Europe; Manchester City breaking records last year with the most goals, Barca, Juve - we see a common theme to replicate, about getting numbers an area in the penalty box in front of goal," Arnold told The Sydney Morning Herald.
"The more you get in, the more chance you have of scoring. Then it's about getting the delivery right. It's about playing players to their strengths. Australians always have great disciple, great attitude, that's the least you expect.
"With the attack, we're giving them rotations, options and freedom. Freedom to express and show their qualities, especially in the opposition half, and freedom of choice."
The Socceroos plan to share the attacking load so that it does not fall on just one player, like it has on Tim Cahill in the past.
Mathew Leckie and Tom Rogic could even feature in the main striking role in future matches.
"I believe we played a certain way for one person to score, we played wide, went wide and delivered," Arnold said.
"We'll have a couple of different ways; we'll go wide but have three or four in the box, not one. We'll play through the middle. I have complete trust that these boys will make a great statement on Monday night."