- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRrun out (Houghton/†Flower)6840075.00b Omarshah4884924057.14b Burmester54711234076.05st †Flower b Traicos2229242075.86not out66396852169.23b Brandes55434840127.90lbw b Duers023000.00not out11300100.00Extras13 (b 2, lb 8, nb 1, w 2)TOTAL265/6 (46 Overs, RR: 5.76)Fall of wickets: 1-8 (Tom Moody), 2-102 (David Boon), 3-134 (Allan Border), 4-144 (Dean Jones), 5-257 (Steve Waugh), 6-258 (Ian Healy)
- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRrun out (Reid/†Healy)2347572048.93c Border b SR Waugh2049731040.81c ME Waugh b Whitney420241020.00c ME Waugh b SR Waugh011000.00b McDermott210260020.00c Taylor b Moody1839372046.15b Whitney815270053.33c McDermott b Taylor2328533082.14c Border b Reid1224210050.00c Border b Taylor39120033.33not out21060020.00Extras22 (lb 12, nb 2, w 8)TOTAL137 all out (41.4 Overs, RR: 3.28)Fall of wickets: 1-47 (Ali Shah), 2-51 (Andy Flower), 3-51 (Andy Pycroft), 4-57 (Alistair Campbell), 5-69 (Dave Houghton), 6-88 (Andy Waller), 7-97 (Kevin Arnott), 8-117 (Mark Burmester), 9-132 (John Traicos), 10-137 (Eddo Brandes)
- World Cup Referee: Brent Palfreyman
- Rain stopped play with Australia 72/1 after 15 overs. Match reduced to 46 overs per side.
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