I'd go back to good, honest, 4-4-2. Two central defensive midfielders, two wide players, two upfront centrally.
Patrick (left wing)
Riley (right wing)
Kayode (as a centre-forward, not a wide player, and he's off throw-ins)
If you want to switch things tactically, you could take one of the forwards off, bring Alessandra on to play centrally in a 4-2-3-1.
Much more flexible and suited to the players we have than dumbly sticking to 4-3-3 come rain or shine.