- BATSMENRb Kumble5b Sarandeep Singh91b Harbhajan Singh175c Yohannan b Harbhajan Singh33c & b Kumble10c Laxman b Yohannan15not out55c Sarandeep Singh b Bangar15lbw b Bangar7lbw b Yohannan5b Yohannan0Extras26 (b 1, lb 10, nb 11, w 4)TOTAL437 all out (104.2 Overs, RR: 4.18)Fall of wickets: 1-35 (Daren Ganga), 2-250 (Devon Smith), 3-303 (Wavell Hinds), 4-334 (Runako Morton), 5-334 (Ryan Hinds), 6-387 (Gareth Breese), 7-412 (Dinanath Ramnarine), 8-425 (Kerry Jeremy), 9-434 (Pedro Collins), 10-437 (Daren Powell)
- BATSMENRlbw b Collins0b Ramnarine7c Breese b Jeremy13run out1c Powell b Breese67b Ramnarine4lbw b Powell0c RO Hinds b Ramnarine11c Morton b Breese32c Powell b Ramnarine0not out0Extras15 (lb 4, nb 11)TOTAL150 all out (68.1 Overs, RR: 2.2)Fall of wickets: 1-1 (Wasim Jaffer), 2-20 (Deep Dasgupta), 3-20 (Shiv Sunder Das), 4-40 (Sanjay Bangar), 5-45 (VVS Laxman), 6-51 (Ajay Ratra), 7-72 (Anil Kumble), 8-122 (Sarandeep Singh), 9-123 (Harbhajan Singh), 10-150 (Dinesh Mongia)
- BATSMENRlbw b Collins0c Ganga b Breese62not out54not out29Extras13 (nb 12, w 1)TOTAL158/2 (f/o) (63 Overs, RR: 2.5)Fall of wickets: 1-2 (Shiv Sunder Das), 2-103 (Wasim Jaffer)
- Fri, 26 Apr - day 1 - Busta Cup XI 1st innings 250/2 (WW Hinds 140*, 60.3 ov)
- Sat, 27 Apr - day 2 - India 1st innings 73/7 (D Mongia 25*, Sarandeep Singh 1*, 46 ov)
- Sun, 28 Apr - day 3 - India 2nd innings 158/2 (63 ov) - end of match
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