For all who cant be bothered reading 3 pages of rubbish ill some them up for you:
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What everyones trying to get at:
Average allied player = easy to beat
Skilled allied player = hard to beat
Average Sov player = harder then average allied player
Skilled Sov player = easier then Skilled allied player
As for the topic creator, if you wanna beat a good allied player, first you need to be a good player yourself. Its like wight lifting. You arnt going to get good instantly simply because you want to.
It takes time and effort. Work on your splits, multi tasking, eco ctrl, looking for openeing, pressuring, learning allied players limits etc.
Slowly learn these things and then eventually you will beat a skilled allied player. If you need more info then use the search function. Theres brilliant topics out there regarding these techniques, or observe some good allied players replays. most sov players find it difficult to keep up with land and air attacks. So work on always scanning the map, always know where opponent units are, learn to intercept.