Since Britain's Army had been around for hundreds of years its troops were well- trained, they excelled in large battles, and they had more experience than their American Counterparts. The British also had plenty of resources.
Problems that occured
The force greatly outnumbered the Continental Army. When comparing the quality of weapons, the British force made the colonists seem like " Little Children ".
Supporting the War
Compared to Washington's miserable army, British soldiers rarely lacked food, weapons, uniforms or gunpowder.
Difficulties in the War Zone
WOAH, what are we supposed to do here ?????
The distance between Britain and America presented a problem for timely shipments. Sending troops and supplies were very slow, since it's hard to travel by boat across the Atlantic. And, this travel was very expensive.
The longer the war dragged on, the more tiresome the British public became with the war. Personally, it was exhausting to have loved ones so far away. Financially, the British became angry about the wars heavy costs.
Soon, I promise you i'll be there.
When are you coming home ?
Soldiers who hadn't spent time in the colonies were unaware of town layouts. Simple things like hills, valleys, and coves in the American landscape seemed like foreign obstacles to the British. Most soldiers who fought had never set foot in the colonies before war began. THey were fighting in their enemies backyard, and their enemy would take advantage.