Marseille coach Elie Baup has admitted that his side must become less predictable in the final third ahead of Sunday's clash with Lyon.
Baup, whose side have not won in four games in all competitions, has urged his players to change their tactics to once more surprise their opponents.
"Our opponents have studied us a lot and maybe we surprise them less, so we need to become unpredictable again," Ligue1.com quotes Baup as saying.
"Our opponents currently know that we've often used crosses from wide areas so we need to find other solutions in attack."
Marseille are currently second in Ligue 1 depending on the results of the weekend's fixtures.