- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRc Sir RJ Hadlee b DR Hadlee1214152085.71lbw b Sir RJ Hadlee2436153066.66c Hastings b Sir RJ Hadlee3751733072.54lbw b McKechnie29490022.22c †Wadsworth b HJ Howarth932421028.12c †Wadsworth b HJ Howarth1310920130.00c HJ Howarth b McKechnie70981075171.42c & b McKechnie2044524045.45c Morrison b DR Hadlee1340033.33not out2658483044.82run out61080060.00Extras10 (b 5, nb 4, w 1)TOTAL230 all out (60 Overs, RR: 3.83)Fall of wickets: 1-17 (SM Gavaskar), 2-48 (FM Engineer), 3-59 (GR Viswanath), 4-81 (AD Gaekwad), 5-94 (ED Solkar), 6-101 (BP Patel), 7-156 (S Madan Lal), 8-157 (M Amarnath), 9-217 (S Abid Ali), 10-230 (BS Bedi)
- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRnot out11417718013064.40c †Engineer b Bedi1734352050.00run out913132069.23lbw b Abid Ali16150016.66c Solkar b Amarnath3449473069.38lbw b Madan Lal2238283057.89b Abid Ali1530272050.00not out87300114.28Extras13 (b 8, lb 5)TOTAL233/6 (58.5 Overs, RR: 3.96)Fall of wickets: 1-45 (JFM Morrison), 2-62 (GP Howarth), 3-70 (JM Parker), 4-135 (BF Hastings), 5-185 (KJ Wadsworth), 6-224 (Sir RJ Hadlee)
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