Jim's Crusaders v. Chris' Saracens.The Crusader cavalry charges up hill at the Saracen cavalry as their foot begins to deploy. The Saracen horse archers evade & their heavy cavalry countercharges. The Saracen foot is advancing to support their cavalry.
On the right the Crusader cavalry has defeated the Saracen horse but lost heavily in the process & are now in a ring of archers.
In the centre the Saracen horse has broken thru the first line of Crusader foot & has charge don against the 2nd line.
On the right, the battered Crusader horse has pulled back behind their foot under a hail of arrows.
In the centre, the Saracen cavalry has run out of steam, but has made a hole in the Crusader line first.
The Crusader plan was to neutralise the enemy horse with their own cavalry while deploying their foot for a final push against the Saracen foot. The Saracens countered this by using their excess cavalry to disrupt the Crusader foot's deployment & advancing their foot so they could keep the pressure on when their cavalry ran out of steam. The Crusader foot never got properly organised & got nibbled away by cavalry changes & archery .