- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRb Labrooy828401028.57b Anurasiri47631065274.60run out1939462048.71b Ramanayake4162733066.12c Ramanayake b Gurusinha6370963290.00c Jayasuriya b Gurusinha59364871163.88not out206912333.33not out00200-Extras23 (b 1, lb 9, nb 4, w 9)TOTAL280/6 (50 Overs, RR: 5.6)Fall of wickets: 1-44 (GA Gooch), 2-80 (RA Smith), 3-105 (IT Botham), 4-164 (GA Hick), 5-244 (NH Fairbrother), 6-268 (AJ Stewart)
- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRc Botham b Lewis919311047.36c Illingworth b Lewis2329424079.31c & b Lewis79310077.77c Fairbrother b Lewis710101070.00c †Stewart b Botham3651676070.58run out430400013.33c DeFreitas b Illingworth19162020118.75c Smith b Illingworth1934421055.88c & b Reeve1238350031.57lbw b Reeve1119170057.89not out616140037.50Extras21 (lb 7, nb 6, w 8)TOTAL174 all out (44 Overs, RR: 3.95)Fall of wickets: 1-33 (RS Mahanama), 2-46 (MAR Samarasekera), 3-56 (PA de Silva), 4-60 (AP Gurusinha), 5-91 (HP Tillakaratne), 6-119 (A Ranatunga), 7-123 (ST Jayasuriya), 8-156 (CPH Ramanayake), 9-158 (GF Labrooy), 10-174 (SD Anurasiri)
- World Cup Referee: Bob Merriman
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