Addressing Sanjaya, Emperor Dhritarashtra said: After assembling with great enthusiasm for battle at the holy place of Kurukshetra (dharma-kshetra), what did my sons and the sons of Pandu do?
Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 1 - Sainya Darshana - Observing the Armies on the Battlefield
Sanjaya replied: O Emperor, at that time your son Duryodhana, after observing the military arrangements of the Pandavas, approached his mentor Drona and spoke as follows.
Behold, O great teacher, the military formation of the army of the sons of Pandu arranged by your gifted student, Dhrishtadyumna, the son of Drupada.
Within those ranks are great archers who are equal to Bhima and Arjuna in war such as Satyaki, Virata and the powerful charioteer Drupada.
Great heroes such as Dhrishtaketu, Cekitana, the heroic king of Kashi, Purujit, Kuntibhoja and Shaibya are also present.
The chivalrous Yudhamanyu, the courageous Uttamauja, Abhimanyu the son of Subhadra, and the sons of Draupadi are indeed all mighty chariot warriors.
However, O best of brahmanas, you should also know who amongst my army is qualified to lead our military force. Just for your information I shall name them.
Your good self as well as Bhishma and Karna are always victorious in battle, as well as Ashvatthama, Vikarna, Bhurishrava and Jayadratha.
They are all armed with various weapons, and they are expert in the art of war. All of them are prepared to give up their very lives for my sake, as are many other warriors.
Our army, protected by the might of Bhishma is unlimited. However, the strength of the opposition, protected by Bhima is insufficient.