- BATSMENRB4s6sSRc †Kirmani b Sandhu8321025.00lbw b Madan Lal22512043.13c †Kirmani b Madan Lal18302060.00c Shastri b Binny14211066.66c †Kirmani b Madan Lal21471044.68b Kapil Dev13320040.62run out8160050.00not out22352062.85c †Kirmani b Shastri6270022.22c †Kirmani b Binny360050.00run out2130015.38Extras18 (lb 9, w 9)TOTAL155 all out (51.4 Overs, RR: 3.0)Fall of wickets: 1-13 (AH Omarshah), 2-55 (JG Heron), 3-56 (GA Paterson), 4-71 (AJ Pycroft), 5-106 (DAG Fletcher), 6-114 (DL Houghton), 7-115 (KM Curran), 8-139 (RD Brown), 9-148 (PWE Rawson), 10-155 (AJ Traicos)
- BATSMENRB4s6sSRc Butchart b Rawson20270074.07c Heron b Rawson4110036.36c sub b Traicos44794055.69b Fletcher50547192.59c Brown b Omarshah17271062.96not out18192094.73not out280025.00Extras2 (w 2)TOTAL157/5 (37.3 Overs, RR: 4.18)Fall of wickets: 1-13 (SM Gavaskar), 2-32 (K Srikkanth), 3-101 (M Amarnath), 4-128 (SM Patil), 5-148 (RJ Shastri)
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