I calculated the point totals for both armies and arrived at the following:
Ptolemy's armie has an eight percentage points advantage over the Seleucid army. There have been some historians who have argued that the 20,000 Egyptians should be part of the 25,000 man part of the phalanx. Phil Sabin has shown in his Lost Battles Book that they should be seperate. The above totals also indicates the same. If they were removed from the order of battle, the Arabs and Asiatic infantry would have to be reduced to an attack value of 2 and morale of 8 for an 80 point reduction. In addition the Seleucid settler phalanx would also have to have its attack and morale reduced for another 80 or possibly 120 points. This would leave the Seleucid army with a very fragile infantry center.
Including the Egyptians gives both armies infantry centers with an equal frontage of 49 units/bases.
On Ptolemy's side the Settler and Egyptian Phalanx is 32 ranks deep, the other phalanx units are 16 ranks deep, and the Thracians and Galatians are 8 ranks deep. On the Selucid side the Settler Phalanx is 32 ranks deep, the Argyraspids, mercenaries, Arabs, and Asiatics are 16 ranks deep, while the Thracians and other peltasts are 8 ranks deep. For 40mm bases the armies will fit on a 10 foot wide table, 60mm would need a 14 to 15 foot wide table, and 80mm would need about 18 to 20 feet.