- BATSMENRB4s6sSRc Greig b Willis4121033.33c Greig b Old25624040.32c Greig b Underwood55755173.33b Willis31322196.87st †Taylor b Underwood26683038.23c †Taylor b Old06000.00c †Taylor b Old02000.00b Underwood7171041.17run out11290037.93c Old b Hendrick10210047.61not out0000-Extras12 (lb 12)TOTAL181 all out (54 Overs, RR: 3.35)Fall of wickets: 1-4 (Roy Fredericks), 2-65 (Maurice Foster), 3-115 (Rohan Kanhai), 4-132 (Clive Lloyd), 5-133 (Sir Garry Sobers), 6-133 (Bernard Julien), 7-158 (Alvin Kallicharran), 8-159 (Keith Boyce), 9-181 (Vanburn Holder), 10-181 (Deryck Murray)
- BATSMENRB4s6sSRc Kanhai b Holder013000.00lbw b Julien31712043.66b Gibbs661176056.41c †Murray b Julien9272033.33lbw b Holder2100020.00c Sobers b Boyce48544088.88b Sobers4150026.66run out8181044.44b Boyce120050.00not out5400125.00not out120050.00Extras7 (b 1, lb 3, nb 3)TOTAL182/9 (54.3 Overs, RR: 3.33)Fall of wickets: 1-3 (Geoff Boycott), 2-74 (Mike Smith), 3-93 (Frank Hayes), 4-95 (Keith Fletcher), 5-143 (Mike Denness), 6-157 (Chris Old), 7-171 (Bob Taylor), 8-176 (Tony Greig), 9-176 (Mike Hendrick)
West Indies , elected to bat first
Player Of The Match
England led the 2-match series 1-0
5 September 1973 (55-over match)
- On his debut as England's captain, Denness made the highest contribution to the first of these contests to be decided by the final pair of batsmen. Sobers failed to score in his only one-day international.