- not out68110075.00not out2310066.66Extras21 (lb 7, nb 4, w 10)TOTAL232/8 (50 Overs, RR: 4.64)Fall of wickets: 1-49 (S Ramesh, 12.5 ov), 2-93 (SC Ganguly, 21.2 ov), 3-139 (SR Tendulkar, 33.3 ov), 4-174 (R Dravid, 39.5 ov), 5-188 (M Azharuddin, 43.5 ov), 6-209 (NR Mongia, 46.4 ov), 7-210 (J Srinath, 47.1 ov), 8-228 (A Jadeja, 49.1 ov)
- not out1517273088.23Extras14 (b 4, lb 4, nb 1, w 5)TOTAL169 all out (45.2 Overs, RR: 3.72)Fall of wickets: 1-12 (AJ Stewart, 3.1 ov), 2-13 (GA Hick, 3.2 ov), 3-72 (N Hussain, 19.1 ov), 4-81 (GP Thorpe, 23.4 ov), 5-118 (A Flintoff, 31.3 ov), 6-130 (AJ Hollioake, 35.5 ov), 7-131 (MA Ealham, 36.5 ov), 8-132 (NH Fairbrother, 38.4 ov), 9-161 (D Gough, 44.1 ov), 10-169 (AD Mullally, 45.2 ov)
- 4th (reserve) umpire: Sailab Hossain (Ban)
- Thunderstorms stopped the match at 20.3 overs into the England innings.
- Reserve day used
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