Here, the historical battle, the Prince in the foreground, Luzzara in the background.
From Nafziger, it is possible to derive the Imperial army list, but unfortunately, that of their opponents has been lost to history.
And really not much more by the end of Move 2, as the cavalry on each flank prepared to engage.
And in the centre, the end of Move 4 saw only further Imperial casualties, with nothing to show for it. In the historical battle, Imperial forces did manage to close, and gave a good account of themselves. However, there is no record of the disposition of the French artillery. In our case, everything was concentrated in one place, as you see below.
MilitaryWiki (2020) Battle of Luzzara. Available at: https://military.wikia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Luzzara Retrieved 21 July 2020.
Nafziger, G. Imperial Forces: Battle of Luzzara. Available at: https://www.scribd.com/doc/133832396/Nafziger-Collection-of-Orders-of-Battle-Index Retrieved 21 July 2020.
Zimmermann, R. (1975) The Wargamer's Handbook. 3rd edition. Sheyboygan, Z&M Publishing