- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRc Fairbrother b DeFreitas3868855055.88c †Stewart b Lewis026000.00c Botham b Lewis517271029.41c Reeve b Botham520260025.00c Fairbrother b DeFreitas541011302253.46run out2027420174.07c Hick b Reeve314200021.42run out38130037.50c Pringle b DeFreitas619190031.57c DeFreitas b Lewis46230066.66not out1115141073.33Extras8 (lb 4, nb 1, w 3)TOTAL157 all out (49.2 Overs, RR: 3.18)Fall of wickets: 1-0 (Brian Lara), 2-22 (Sir Richie Richardson), 3-36 (Carl Hooper), 4-55 (Desmond Haynes), 5-91 (Gus Logie), 6-102 (Roger Harper), 7-116 (Malcolm Marshall), 8-131 (David Williams), 9-145 (Keith Arthurton), 10-157 (Sir Curtly Ambrose)
- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRst †Williams b Hooper651011307064.35c †Williams b Benjamin828560028.57c Logie b Benjamin828291028.57c & b Harper5455733198.18not out1328331046.42not out013000.00Extras12 (lb 7, nb 1, w 4)TOTAL160/4 (39.5 Overs, RR: 4.01)Fall of wickets: 1-50 (Sir Ian Botham), 2-71 (Robin Smith), 3-126 (Graham Gooch), 4-156 (Graeme Hick)
- World Cup Referee: Jim Mann
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