Anyway my Dutch have support in the shape of allied Germans from Celle/Luneberg, cavalry from the Holy Roman Empire, a Scots battalion and a while brigade of Spanish. Louis' army has the usual Maison du Roi hoards, some steady French infantry supported by the usual conglomeration of Swiss, Germans and even an English (ok, also Scots) battalion.
The French are going to be tasked with holding both bridges, the road junction and the town, thus preventing the Dutch from interrupting their main supply route to their army engaged in operations around Celle. The Dutch obviously have to capture these points and beat the French back in such a manner that a repeat performance will be highly unnecessary. The sides are pretty evenly matched although the French are slightly better man-for-man, as if that ever made a difference. We shall be using Warlord Games Pike and Shot suitable tweaked as Conrad has never played Impetus Baroque and they take a bit of getting used to.
I love these armies to bits and am looking forward to the game tomorrow as they are always so incredibly frustrating yet so much fun.