While the French and Baden cavalry was stopping the Russian infantry in the central ford, the Prussian horse artillery was keeping a duel with the French foot artillery at the southern ford, which ended with the dismounting of the latter.
|The 5/9e Foot Artillery is broken by the explosion of a caisson|
|and 1 hour later, the 10/2e Foot Artillery suffers the same fate!|
|The 4/65e routs the 2/Leib Regiment that falls back...|
|... but the Prussian infantry charges one more time, only to be routed again (a tie so the defender wins)...|
|.. leaving the 4/65e Ligne almost broken (only one morale point left) but triomphant|
French: 1/9e Legere; 3/50 Legere; 19/7e Foot artillery (5 points plus 17 points of losses currently on the table)
Allies: 1/49th and 2/49th Russian Jaegers; Kamchatka IR; Fusiliers/Leib IR (8 points plus 8 points of losses currently on the table)
The final result can be considered a draw: The French have less losses but the Prussian are the masters of the battlefield and the bridge over the Bober is intact.
This is a good result for the French after their rout at the Katzbach!