All of the French artillery are now unlimbered, and concentrate on the pajar and the
The allied artillery have better targets than the French gunners, and continue to fire on the vunerable infantry. The British guns in support of pajar hit one of the French columns who fail their morale and are shaken. The Spanish infantry to the left of Talavera form square to protect their artillery against the enemy cavalry.
Joseph orders Ruffin to advance and engage the
The British cavalry have moved forward to cover the gap between pajar and
On the French right Ruffin attempts to outflank the
The allied artillery continue to fire on the nemy infantry, but fail to inflict any further casualties.