Yakovlevo, North of Belgorod: July 6th, 1943. (Scenario Size: Division. Head to Head or German Human vs Soviet AI) SS-Standartenführer Theodore Wisch, Commander 1st SS Liebstandarte Panzer Grenadier Division had decided to use both his SS-Panzer Grenadier Regiments to breach the Soviet second line. Hugo Krass's 1st SS Panzer Grenadier Regiment was tasked with taking Hill 243.2, advancing into Yakovlevo and clearing the Belgorod Highway. With the front lines breached and Yakovlevo taken, Krass was expected to push forward and clear Pokrovka. Albert Frey's 2nd SS Panzer Grenadier Regiment was ordered to clear the left flank of the Vorskla River as well as assist 1st SS Panzer Grenadier Regiment in breaching the Soviet lines. Unbeknown to the SS, the first formations from 3rd Mechanised Corp were arriving to bolster 51st Guards Rifle Division's defences. The tanks of 49th and 1st Guards Tank Brigades would lead the battles first heavy counterattack of Soviet armor.