On the right Morillo is moving closer to Picton.
On Puebla Heights d’Erlon is moving to his right to counter this move
To his left Picton is approaching Areniz hill. His cavalry are to the right of the road to protect his flank, and Morillo’s move. His infantry are moving in column of march, and the guns have limbered and are moving up in support.
Centre left Alten has sent his cavalry and artillery to the left to cover the infantry
Gazan has sent more infantry to hold the hill
Top left Graham’s cavalry and artillery have crossed the river Zadorra and deployed to cover the infantry as they cross.
Reille’s has withdrawn his flank force to Gamara
D’Erlon is moving his artillery and infantry to his left, but movement is reduced on the hill. His guns will have to deploy on the edge to fire on the Spanish infantry.
In moving to counter Alten crossing the river, Gazan has left his left flank on the hill unprotected. The artillery in Arinez is too far away to protect this flank. Any movement on Arinez hill is reduced by half.
Gazan has artillery in place to fire on the enemy infantry, but his infantry are well behind the ridge.
The French flank guard at Gamara have withdrawn closer to the village. Reille is moving the French reserve in Vitoria to support his flank guard at Gamara.
With two casualties, and already shaken, Graham’s cavalry were never likely to make their morale. He moved them out of range of the French gunners, but did not send any infantry to support the cavalry. This made a rout more likely, but no it would not affect the remainder of the column who were now all out of supporting range and would not have to test their morale for the cavalry rout.