As I mentioned earlier, I was tactically beaten by the system in the very beginning, but I decided to go on with my initial plan, since this was my first game of Moral Napoleon, and I wanted to see what will happen.
On the east, British Hussars and another Light infantry unit moved into woods to protect flank of their line. I activated my Hussars from the reserve and sent it against British Hussars to protect right wing.
Next time, I will spread the front line of my units to prevent flanking, and I will keep at least one unit of infantry to the back. Maybe the result will be different then.
Although Muskets and Shakos will stay my favorite Napoleonic game from 2HW (mostly because the scale of engagement there is more suitable for me), Morale Napoleon is a nice effort, and the one I will return to occasionally.