A game between my Austrians and Matt's Russian Empire today in a tournament style game. Historically Austria and Russia only fought in 1812 of course, but I can see this being a repeated contest...
Here's the Austrian list I used, which was made using the random army generator on page 5 of the 321 Fast Play Napoleonic Rules.
Matt's Russian and Prussian Army was the following.
An interesting contest. Several turns were spent in a cautious artillery duel, before casualties amongst these batteries gave confidence to the advance of other arms. The Russians looked to be having a tough time of it, but then the new Russian cavalry did great work - if getting a little lucky perhaps! Some errors on my part didn't help. The Austrian Cuirassiers were put in an untenable position with no horse artillery to support them against infantry and artillery. My artillery may have been too attracted to counterbattery fire, though this was not without effect. Committing my Grenadiers earlier would have helped, but Austrian command problems hampered this movement from occurring as quickly as I would have liked. The two regiments of Russian Cuirassiers opposing my left, nullified my four regiments of light cavalry, though the points value of these two forces was roughly equal so this was not a poor trade. And most importantly of course, much fun was had! :)
For reference, the game lasted nine turns at a sociable pace, and took four hours, including all the setup and interruptions from me having to attend to some urgent work calls.