Prudential Trophy - 2nd ODI

England v Australia

Australia won by 5 wickets (with 21 balls remaining)

England innings (55 overs maximum) R M B 4s 6s SR
G Boycott b Lillee 8 11 8 1 0 100.00
DL Amiss b Mallett 25 93 65 2 0 38.46
DB Close* run out 43 52 40 7 1 107.50
KWR Fletcher c Stackpole b GS Chappell 20 74 56 1 0 35.71
JH Hampshire st †Marsh b Mallett 13 30 32 2 0 40.62
BL D'Oliveira c IM Chappell b Lillee 6 10 13 1 0 46.15
AW Greig b Massie 31 55 43 2 0 72.09
APE Knott c Mallett b Massie 50 72 50 6 0 100.00
RA Woolmer run out 9 17 10 0 0 90.00
JA Snow not out 5 16 9 0 0 55.55
GG Arnold not out 11 13 12 2 0 91.66
Extras (b 1, lb 10, w 1, nb 3) 15
Total (9 wickets; 55 overs) 236 (4.29 runs per over)
Fall of wickets 1-11 (Boycott), 2-65 (Close), 3-87 (Amiss), 4-114 (Hampshire), 5-121 (D'Oliveira), 6-121 (Fletcher), 7-198 (Greig), 8-217 (Knott), 9-218 (Woolmer)
Bowling O M R W Econ
DK Lillee 11 0 56 2 5.09
RAL Massie 11 1 35 2 3.18
DJ Colley 11 1 72 0 6.54
AA Mallett 11 2 24 2 2.18
GS Chappell 11 0 34 1 3.09
Australia innings (target: 237 runs from 55 overs) R M B 4s 6s SR
KR Stackpole lbw b D'Oliveira 52 82 70 6 0 74.28
R Edwards c †Knott b Snow 6 22 7 0 0 85.71
IM Chappell* c †Knott b Woolmer 31 68 58 4 0 53.44
GS Chappell lbw b Snow 48 92 82 5 0 58.53
AP Sheahan c †Knott b Snow 50 90 71 5 1 70.42
GD Watson not out 11 21 15 2 0 73.33
RW Marsh not out 6 12 12 1 0 50.00
Extras (b 6, lb 14, w 12, nb 4) 36
Total (5 wickets; 51.3 overs) 240 (4.66 runs per over)
Did not bat DJ Colley, AA Mallett, DK Lillee, RAL Massie
Fall of wickets 1-44 (Edwards), 2-112 (Stackpole), 3-116 (IM Chappell), 4-219 (GS Chappell), 5-224 (Sheahan)
Bowling O M R W Econ
JA Snow 11 2 35 3 3.18
GG Arnold 11 0 47 0 4.27
BL D'Oliveira 11 0 46 1 4.18
AW Greig 9 1 29 0 3.22
RA Woolmer 9.3 1 47 1 4.94
Match details
Toss Australia, who chose to field
Series 3-match series level 1-1
ODI debut DJ Colley (Australia)
Player of the match GS Chappell (Australia)
Umpires AE Fagg and TW Spencer
 
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