The French had 4 infantry & 2 cavalry brigades, the British 4 infantry & 1 cavalry brigade. The battle started with dice rolls determining that the British had 4brigades the table at the start, the French 3. The remaining brigades were to come on turns 1 or 2 depending on further dice rolls. Deployment was governed by alternately moving the brigade commanders only until each came to 36" from the enemy when they were locked. The brigades were then deployed behind their leaders.
The British light infantry brigade is putting pressure on the French centre.
The French left is being overlapped while their light horse still dithers.
The French centre is holding on despite heavy losses to riflemen.
On the near flank the cavalry finally got to grips with the French winning the first clash, but British infantry has come up to support their horse.