This map shows the historical position of the opposing forces during the Battle of Barrosa in 1811.
I have taken to Paint to focus the map on a much smaller area of the battlefield, in order to help me design my layout for my table.
As you can see, I have put General La Pena's Spanish immediately behind the two British Brigades. This is a bit of artistic licence, as in reality they were located elsewhere. However, I want to give the Allied commander a fighting chance, and allow the possibility of La Pena's Spanish fighting in the battle.
I have also set victory points, in order to fool the less astute commander. In reality, as you can see - a total victory is only possible by controlling Barrosa Hill