Benson & Hedges World Championship of Cricket, 1984/85 / Fall of wickets and partnerships

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Benson & Hedges World Championship of Cricket - 1st match, Group A

Australia v England

Australia won by 7 wickets (with 22 balls remaining)

England innings | Australia innings
Partnerships - Australia innings
Wkt Runs Overs RR Player Player Start End
1st 57 KC Wessels RB Kerr - 1/57
2nd 0 KJ Hughes RB Kerr 1/57 2/57
3rd 1 AR Border RB Kerr 2/57 3/58
4th 157* DM Jones RB Kerr 3/58 3/215 (45.2)
Highest partnerships in the match
Inns Wkt Runs Overs RR Player Player Start End
2 4th 157* DM Jones RB Kerr 3/58 3/215 (45.2)
1 4th 83 AJ Lamb MW Gatting 3/76 4/159
1 1st 61 G Fowler PR Downton - 1/61
2 1st 57 KC Wessels RB Kerr - 1/57
1 7th 34 PH Edmonds VJ Marks 6/166 7/200
1 8th 11 VJ Marks RM Ellison 7/200 8/211
1 3rd 10 DI Gower AJ Lamb 2/66 3/76
1 6th 7 CS Cowdrey VJ Marks 5/159 6/166
1 2nd 5 PR Downton DI Gower 1/61 2/66
1 9th 3* JP Agnew RM Ellison 8/211 8/214 (49.0)
2 3rd 1 AR Border RB Kerr 2/57 3/58
2 2nd 0 KJ Hughes RB Kerr 1/57 2/57
1 5th 0 MW Gatting CS Cowdrey 4/159 5/159
Tournament Results
India v Pakistan at Melbourne - Mar 10, 1985
India won by 8 wickets (with 17 balls remaining)
New Zealand v West Indies at Sydney - Mar 9, 1985
West Indies won by 6 wickets (with 76 balls remaining)
Pakistan v West Indies at Melbourne - Mar 6, 1985
Pakistan won by 7 wickets (with 24 balls remaining)
India v New Zealand at Sydney - Mar 5, 1985
India won by 7 wickets (with 39 balls remaining)
Australia v India at Melbourne - Mar 3, 1985
India won by 8 wickets (with 83 balls remaining)
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