- BATSMENRB4s6sSRb John22591037.28c †de Alwis b Ranatunga32614052.45b de Mel130120125108.33b Ratnayake535142103.92run out780087.50run out01000.00c Ranatunga b Ratnayake35402087.50b de Mel291650181.25run out5500100.00not out0000-Extras20 (lb 11, w 9)TOTAL333/9 (60 Overs, RR: 5.55)Fall of wickets: 1-49 (G Fowler), 2-78 (CJ Tavare), 3-174 (AJ Lamb), 4-193 (MW Gatting), 5-194 (IT Botham), 6-292 (IJ Gould), 7-298 (DI Gower), 8-333 (GR Dilley), 9-333 (VJ Marks)
- BATSMENRB4s6sSRlbw b Marks33663150.00c Gatting b Dilley4310133.33c Botham b Dilley2150013.33c Willis b Marks56645187.50c Tavare b Marks12261046.15c Lamb b Marks34454075.55st †Gould b Marks28372075.67not out585161113.72c Dilley b Allott272620103.84c Lamb b Dilley15181083.33b Dilley01000.00Extras17 (lb 12, nb 3, w 2)TOTAL286 all out (58 Overs, RR: 4.93)Fall of wickets: 1-11 (DSBP Kuruppu), 2-17 (RL Dias), 3-92 (S Wettimuny), 4-108 (RS Madugalle), 5-117 (LRD Mendis), 6-168 (A Ranatunga), 7-192 (DS de Silva), 8-246 (ALF de Mel), 9-281 (RJ Ratnayake), 10-286 (VB John)
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