Hmmm... I see everyone's talking about infantry, but am I the only one who uses cavalry here?
65-70% infantry 30-35% cavalry
1- Shield wall infantry
2- Position cavalry towards the enemies flank (50-60 meters away, a safe distance from getting pilumed in the face)
3- Order Infantry to attack (Charge)
4- Lead cavalry charge (Follow me), time it so cavalry engages enemy flank 5-10 seconds after Infantry engages enemy line
5- Reposition cavalry a fair distance away from enemy spawn point
6- Order infantry to hold position and shieldwall formation again
this is the general gyst of the idea, though sometimes I would position cavalry behind the enemy line and charge so essentially the enemy is pincered between cavalry and infantry.