- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRc Smith b Hick851261706067.46c & b Hick791151327068.69c Smith b DeFreitas1112140191.66run out (Illingworth/Hick/†Stewart)1823250078.26not out15121710125.00not out1315140086.66Extras15 (b 4, lb 4, nb 3, w 4)TOTAL236/4 (50 Overs, RR: 4.72)Fall of wickets: 1-151 (Andrew Hudson), 2-170 (Peter Kirsten), 3-201 (Kepler Wessels), 4-205 (Jonty Rhodes)
- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRrun out (Rhodes/Pringle)77881227087.50b McMillan2230541073.33c †Richardson b McMillan022000.00c †Richardson b Snell1440025.00not out75831336090.36c McMillan b Snell1015290066.66run out (Rhodes/Donald)33222940150.00c Kuiper b Snell13110033.33not out11200100.00Extras6 (lb 3, nb 2, w 1)TOTAL226/7 (40.5 Overs, RR: 5.53)Fall of wickets: 1-63 (Sir Ian Botham), 2-63 (Robin Smith), 3-64 (Graeme Hick), 4-132 (Alec Stewart), 5-166 (Dermot Reeve), 6-216 (Chris Lewis), 7-225 (Derek Pringle)
- World Cup Referee: Jack Edwards
- Rain disrupted play in England's innings for 43 minutes when they were 62/0 after 12.0 overs. The target was revised to 226 in 41 overs.
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