- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRc & b Harris801311756061.06c Wright b Watson920251045.00c †Smith b Harris933410027.27run out3145612068.88c Rutherford b Harris2026402076.92run out57100071.42c Crowe b Watson819210042.10c Larsen b Watson1117200064.70run out21200200.00not out32700150.00not out3420075.00Extras25 (b 1, lb 15, nb 5, w 4)TOTAL206/9 (50 Overs, RR: 4.12)Fall of wickets: 1-18 (Athula Samarasekera), 2-50 (Asanka Gurusinha), 3-120 (Aravinda de Silva), 4-172 (Arjuna Ranatunga), 5-172 (Roshan Mahanama), 6-181 (Sanath Jayasuriya), 7-195 (Hashan Tillakaratne), 8-199 (Champaka Ramanayake), 9-202 (Ruwan Kalpage)
- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRc & b Kalpage5776899075.00b Kalpage2041723048.78c Jayasuriya b Gurusinha49771064063.63c Ramanayake b Wickramasinghe523250021.73not out6571796191.54not out551300100.00Extras9 (lb 3, nb 3, w 3)TOTAL210/4 (48.2 Overs, RR: 4.34)Fall of wickets: 1-77 (Rod Latham), 2-91 (John Wright), 3-105 (Martin Crowe), 4-186 (Andrew Jones)
- World Cup Referee: BJ Paterson
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