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With Eugene's forces at Höchstädt on the north bank of the Danube, and Marlborough's at Rain on the south bank, Tallard and the Elector debated their next move.
Tallard preferred to bide his time, replenish supplies and allow Marlborough's Danube campaign to flounder in the colder weeks of Autumn ; the Elector and Marsin, however, newly reinforced, were keen to push ahead.
The French and Bavarian commanders eventually agreed on a plan and decided to attack Eugene's smaller force.
On 9 August, the Franco-Bavarian forces began to cross to the north bank of the Danube.

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