If we fast forward 4-6 turns of movement here is where we end up.
Now I am not certain that Pompey did indeed wait for all of his forces to be in place, allowing a set piece battle to evolve.
Whilst it was imperative for Pompey to secure fresh water and forage for his large cavalry force his men had plenty of food. Whereas Caesars forces tho in better spirits were reduced to meat and a bread made of a ‘waste’ grain called charax.
The blockade as we know failed to reduce Caesars army and in fact Caesar denied the fleet ready access to ports causing much strife for resupply such that the Naval Commander died at sea.