- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRc Benjamin b Simmons2761642044.26c Logie b Hooper40701012057.14c Ambrose b Cummins6184894072.61c †Williams b Ambrose411110036.36run out2740530067.50c Haynes b Cummins3490075.00c Hooper b Ambrose48140050.00c Hooper b Cummins55510100.00c Richardson b Cummins810101080.00not out55700100.00run out11200100.00Extras12 (lb 6, nb 1, w 5)TOTAL197 all out (49.4 Overs, RR: 3.96)Fall of wickets: 1-56 (Ajay Jadeja), 2-102 (Kris Srikkanth), 3-115 (Sachin Tendulkar), 4-166 (Mohammad Azharuddin), 5-171 (Kapil Dev), 6-173 (Sanjay Manjrekar), 7-180 (Kiran More), 8-186 (Pravin Amre), 9-193 (Manoj Prabhakar), 10-197 (Venkatapathy Raju)
- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRc Manjrekar b Kapil Dev16162830100.00c Manjrekar b Srinath41375161110.81c Tendulkar b Prabhakar22202721110.00c Srikkanth b Srinath38190037.50not out58991013058.58c †More b Raju710151070.00not out3457703059.64Extras14 (lb 8, nb 4, w 2)TOTAL195/5 (40.2 Overs, RR: 4.83)Fall of wickets: 1-57 (Desmond Haynes), 2-81 (Brian Lara), 3-88 (Phil Simmons), 4-98 (Sir Richie Richardson), 5-112 (Gus Logie)
- World Cup Referee: AR Isaac
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