• BATSMEN
    R
    B
    M
    4s
    6s
    SR
    c Sobers b Griffith
    71
    163
    155
    6
    1
    43.55
    c Griffith b Hall
    12
    32
    39
    1
    1
    37.50
    c Sobers b Gibbs
    11
    41
    45
    0
    0
    26.82
    c †Hendriks b Griffith
    32
    101
    77
    4
    0
    31.68
    c Sobers b Gibbs
    32
    75
    74
    5
    0
    42.66
    c Lashley b Hall
    7
    16
    14
    0
    0
    43.75
    lbw b Griffith
    54
    135
    103
    10
    0
    40.00
    c Lashley b Sobers
    4
    10
    6
    1
    0
    40.00
    c Sobers b Gibbs
    4
    39
    29
    0
    0
    10.25
    b Griffith
    3
    25
    33
    0
    0
    12.00
    not out
    10
    16
    18
    2
    0
    62.50
    Extras
    13 (b 8, lb 2, nb 3)
    TOTAL
    253 all out (108.3 Overs, RR: 2.33)
    Fall of wickets: 1-32 (Colin Milburn), 2-71 (Eric Russell), 3-125 (Geoff Boycott), 4-132 (Tom Graveney), 5-142 (Jim Parks), 6-176 (Colin Cowdrey), 7-181 (Ray Illingworth), 8-222 (Ken Higgs), 9-240 (Basil D'Oliveira), 10-253 (John Snow)
    BowlingOMRWEconWDNB
    GS Sobers3167112.2900
    WW Hall1635223.2500
    CC Griffith13.333442.5100
    LR Gibbs48168331.7200

Close of Play

  • Thu, 30 Jun - day 1 - England 1st innings 33/3 (TW Graveney 16*, MC Cowdrey 6*)
  • Fri, 01 Jul - day 2 - England 1st innings 254/7 (BL D'Oliveira 20*, K Higgs 4*)
  • Sat, 02 Jul - day 3 - West Indies 2nd innings 138/2 (RB Kanhai 50*, BF Butcher 47*)
  • Sun, 03 Jul - rest day
  • Mon, 04 Jul - day 4 - England 2nd innings 30/0 (G Boycott 19*, C Milburn 11*)
  • Tue, 05 Jul - day 5 - England 2nd innings 253 (108.3 ov) - end of match

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  • Sobers the supreme

    Sir Garry Sobers is one of the indisputable greats of world cricket, but this - arguably - was his finest hour yet. Standing high above the West Indies team as their captain, Sobers, who in this match made the top score, 174, and took eight wickets for 80