Great tips thanks, i play ICC 2012 so its a bit different.
-One thing i have noticed is that the scoreboard pressure plays a huge part on the ai. I am pretty sure that the bigger the total you get with the bad the easier it gets to take wickets when your bowling.
So for Tests/FC bat slow (try to make your fast innings last the alloted time you would normally reserver for 2) and aim to post say 550. Obviously this doesn't work with a weak batting team, but normally with a big total to defend i can roll up most teams on flat pitches for say 250-300 in both with my modest pace quartet of Doug Bracewell/Neil Wagner/Trent Boult/Matt Henry(Tim Southee can turn out good and Gillespie is easily the best NZ bowler for the first two seasons).
-This is still a theory but it seems that aggressive batsmen get out more easily when in defensive setting. So set naturally aggressive batsmen to aggressive settings sooner than you would otherwise.
-If possible try to train two separate sets of bowlers, one for tests and one for T20 with ODIs mixing them. Most all-rounders should be trained to be defensive as it pays to have the extra batting depth sometimes.
-Try to always bowl first first for LO. Your batsmen tend to have a higher strike rate if your chasing a higher total, so bowling first eliminates scoring a low total and then having it chased easily. Conversely however, if you score a good total upfront, your bowlers can normally roll up the opposition very easily.