The withdrawal of both cavalry brigades allows the commanders to deploy their corps.
On the left Poniatowski has sent his artillery well to the south
This will give them an excellent field of fire.
One division is entering West Marienborn
The second division is taking position south of the town
Bulow is slightly behind in his deployment
His artillery is too close to the town to fire on West Marienborn
Three infantry brigades are still on the road approaching East MarienbornXIII French Corps
Poniatowski has 5CP to complete his deployment
2 brigade is occupying West Marienborn, supported by 3 brigade
The artillery are unlimbered and have a good field of fire
4 brigade is moving into position between 1 brigade and the guns
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Bulow has 6CP
He moves his hussar brigade well to the south to threaten the enemy artillery
10 brigade is sent into East Marienborn, supported by 11 brigade.
His artillery are badly positioned, he orders them to limber and move south.
The Prussian cavalry are more than 16” from the nearest enemy.
So they can have multiple moves to outflank the enemy gunners
This should allow him to regain the advantage of his slow deployment.