Both armies are now on the table.
Soult’s three columns are now within artillery range
Hill’s column is approaching Sorauren on the left
Morillo is moving through the pass on the rightFrench Left
Reille’s cavalry and artillery are in position on the Pamplona road
His infantry are moving towards the hill in a dense column of attackFrench Centre
Clausel is sending his cavalry and artillery forward to hold the enemy cavalry
His infantry are moving behind this screen towards Cole’s RidgeFrench Right
d’Erlon sends his cavalry to the right flank to protect his artillery
His infantry are now in column of attack and ready to advance on SoraurenAllied Left
Hill’s column is approaching Sorauren, which is occupied by one of Cole’s brigades
The British cavalry and artillery are deploying to the left of the townAllied Right
Wellington is on the hill observing the Spanish approach
Morillo has deployed his cavalry and artillery to screen the approach and support Cole’s brigade on the hill
The Spanish infantry are moving through the pass in column of march
Both armies are still out of artillery range, so the deployment is going quite smoothly.
Both Morillo and d’Erlon are Poor commanders, and have less command points to move their corps.