Benson & Hedges World Series Cup, 1987/88 / Fall of wickets and partnerships

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Benson & Hedges World Series Cup - 12th match

Australia v New Zealand

Australia won by 78 runs

Australia innings | New Zealand innings
Partnerships - New Zealand innings
Wkt Runs Overs RR Player Player Start End
1st 3 TE Blain AH Jones - 1/3
2nd 27 AH Jones JJ Crowe 1/3 2/30
3rd 4 JJ Crowe KR Rutherford 2/30 3/34
4th 14 DN Patel KR Rutherford 3/34 4/48
5th 25 KR Rutherford VR Brown 4/48 5/73
6th 46 VR Brown JG Bracewell 5/73 6/119
7th 12 MC Snedden JG Bracewell 6/119 7/131
8th 7 SR Gillespie JG Bracewell 7/131 8/138
9th 3 JG Bracewell W Watson 8/138 9/141
10th 2 W Watson EJ Chatfield 9/141 10/143
Highest partnerships in the match
Inns Wkt Runs Overs RR Player Player Start End
1 5th 57 AR Border GR Marsh 4/88 5/145
2 6th 46 VR Brown JG Bracewell 5/73 6/119
1 3rd 38 MRJ Veletta GR Marsh 2/50 3/88
1 2nd 33 DM Jones GR Marsh 1/17 2/50
1 7th 32 CJ McDermott GR Marsh 6/162 7/194
2 2nd 27 AH Jones JJ Crowe 1/3 2/30
2 5th 25 KR Rutherford VR Brown 4/48 5/73
1 8th 23 GR Marsh AIC Dodemaide 7/194 8/217
1 6th 17 GC Dyer GR Marsh 5/145 6/162
1 1st 17 DC Boon GR Marsh - 1/17
2 4th 14 DN Patel KR Rutherford 3/34 4/48
2 7th 12 MC Snedden JG Bracewell 6/119 7/131
2 8th 7 SR Gillespie JG Bracewell 7/131 8/138
1 9th 4* PL Taylor AIC Dodemaide 8/217 8/221 (50.0)
2 3rd 4 JJ Crowe KR Rutherford 2/30 3/34
2 9th 3 JG Bracewell W Watson 8/138 9/141
2 1st 3 TE Blain AH Jones - 1/3
2 10th 2 W Watson EJ Chatfield 9/141 10/143
1 4th 0 SR Waugh GR Marsh 3/88 4/88
Tournament Results
Australia v New Zealand at Sydney - Jan 24, 1988
Australia won by 6 wickets (with 23 balls remaining)
Australia v New Zealand at Melbourne - Jan 22, 1988
Australia won by 8 wickets (with 31 balls remaining)
Australia v New Zealand at Sydney - Jan 20, 1988
Australia won by 78 runs
Australia v Sri Lanka at Sydney - Jan 19, 1988
Australia won by 3 wickets (with 3 balls remaining)
Australia v New Zealand at Brisbane - Jan 17, 1988
Australia won by 5 wickets (with 64 balls remaining)
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