- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRb Duers1516272093.75b Brandes26100033.33c Waller b Butchart5758769098.27not out74436482172.09not out1240050.00Extras13 (b 6, lb 7)TOTAL162/3 (20.5 Overs, RR: 7.77)Fall of wickets: 1-9 (Rod Latham), 2-25 (Mark Greatbatch), 3-154 (Andrew Jones)
- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRb Larsen30284550107.14b Morrison11111411100.00b Larsen1014192071.42c Cairns b Larsen3790042.85b Harris6990066.66not out1320250065.00c Crowe b Harris81061080.00b Harris77510100.00not out43300133.33Extras13 (lb 9, nb 1, w 3)TOTAL105/7 (18 Overs, RR: 5.83)Fall of wickets: 1-21 (Andy Waller), 2-41 (Dave Houghton), 3-63 (Iain Butchart), 4-63 (Andy Flower), 5-75 (Eddo Brandes), 6-86 (Alistair Campbell, 14.5 ov), 7-97 (Ali Shah, 16.5 ov)
- World Cup Referee: PW Moody
- Further interruption at 52/2 (11.2 ov). Match reduced to 24 overs per side.
- Innings ended by a third interruption after 20.5 overs. Zimbabwe set a target of 154 from 18 overs (a Duckworth/Lewis calculation under the rules in 2006 would have set a target of 150)
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