In the end the game ended up with a marginal French victory as they had control of their objectives. However Russian reserves were still mostly intact so no major gains would really have been possible.
The battle began as both sides approaching the Pratzen heights. On the French left flank Lannes anchors his lines alongside Bosenitz in an attempt to halt Bagration's troops from flanking the French army.
The Austrians reach Pratzen heights first, but are quickly counter-attacked by French colums. The slow grind for the heights would last for most of the game.
Flanking Russian hussars are counterattacked by French light cavalry.
With the first Austrian lines broken, the french press forward.
As Lannes's corps start to crumble under the russians superior numbers, the Guard and Heavy Cavalry move in to join the fight.
Fighting on the right flank where the French slowly grind their way through both Russian and Austrian troops.
The Guard moving towards Pratzen
Guards hussars start the Russian counter-attack followed by the rest of the Guard
One heavy cavalry division engages the Russians on the left flank to stop them from reinforcing the rest of the army.
French Old Guard moves in to attack their Russian counterparts.
The battle ends with both Guards thick in the fight and the French controlling Pratzen heights
Austrian heavy cavalry and one Russian division are still completely unengaged in the end so the battle could only be called a marginal victory for the French.