- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRc & b Harris2261740136.06c Rutherford b Larsen5281104--64.19c †Smith b Watson2954681053.70c Greatbatch b Patel29100022.22b Morrison4054773074.07b Harris3440075.00b Larsen514190035.71not out32242650133.33not out21100200.00Extras16 (lb 8, nb 1, w 7)TOTAL203/7 (50 Overs, RR: 4.06)Fall of wickets: 1-65 (Desmond Haynes), 2-95 (Brian Lara), 3-100 (Carl Hooper), 4-136 (Sir Richie Richardson), 5-142 (Gus Logie), 6-156 (Malcolm Marshall), 7-201 (Keith Arthurton)
- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRc Haynes b Benjamin63771027381.81c †Williams b Cummins1427511051.85c †Williams b Benjamin1035420028.57not out8181105120100.00c †Williams b Ambrose832321025.00c †Williams b Cummins723360030.43not out1018270055.55Extras13 (lb 7, nb 1, w 5)TOTAL206/5 (48.3 Overs, RR: 4.24)Fall of wickets: 1-67 (Rod Latham), 2-97 (Andrew Jones), 3-100 (Mark Greatbatch), 4-135 (Ken Rutherford), 5-174 (Chris Harris)
- World Cup Referee: PD McDermott
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