Twenty Second of June marks the day for the greatest battle of the Crusade.
Thanks to the information acquired by John Hunyadi, the Hungarian crusaders hurriedly prepared themselves for the incoming battle which is still not too late. Though the Serbian side seems to have started preparing even earlier, but John Hunyadi did not really have the time and energy to think and grow suspicion about it.
The Ottomans literally flooded and occupied the entire plains between the two mountain ranges by the side filling up the entire battle width separated in smaller formations maintaining a distance with one another whereby it allows them to quickly reinforce each other if needed. They moved out in the early morning before sun set, and marched all the way for seven Roman miles where they first encountered some Crusader movements.