- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRrun out3860864063.33c †Russell b Martin2836513077.77c †Russell b Gough1531431048.38b DeFreitas3442492080.95c †Russell b Cork2642592061.90b Martin37323730115.62b Smith1117250064.70c Fairbrother b Cork1213170092.30c Thorpe b Martin1440025.00not out913200069.23c Smith b Gough12111310109.09Extras7 (lb 1, nb 1, w 5)TOTAL230 all out (50 Overs, RR: 4.6)Fall of wickets: 1-56 (SJ Palframan), 2-85 (G Kirsten), 3-88 (WJ Cronje), 4-137 (DJ Cullinan), 5-163 (JH Kallis), 6-195 (JN Rhodes), 7-199 (BM McMillan), 8-202 (PL Symcox), 9-213 (SM Pollock), 10-230 (PS de Villiers)
- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRc †Palframan b Pollock042000.00b de Villiers1124451045.83c McMillan b de Villiers1427241051.85c †Palframan b Symcox46691013066.66run out729410024.13c †Palframan b Symcox310150030.00c Rhodes b Pollock1232300037.50b Matthews1733451051.51run out2224341191.66b Matthews1112132091.66not out1370033.33Extras8 (lb 7, w 1)TOTAL152 all out (44.3 Overs, RR: 3.41)Fall of wickets: 1-0 (MA Atherton), 2-22 (GA Hick), 3-33 (NMK Smith), 4-52 (AJ Stewart), 5-62 (NH Fairbrother), 6-97 (GP Thorpe), 7-97 (RC Russell), 8-139 (PAJ DeFreitas), 9-141 (DG Cork), 10-152 (D Gough)
- Rawalpindi partnership records (both venues): PS de Villiers and CR Matthews 17 for the 10th wicket; GP Thorpe and RC Russell 35 for the 6th wicket; PAJ DeFretias and DG Cork 42 for the 8th wicket.
- South Africa 6 straight wins against England. (This year: South Africa 7-1. Before this year: England 4-0).
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