- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRc Harris b Patel4159777069.49b Patel825211032.00c Greatbatch b Harris5670946180.00c Patel b Jones3872673052.77c Cairns b Watson1229390041.37c & b Watson011000.00not out2127371077.77c sub (RT Latham) b Jones1016200062.50c Cairns b Harris013000.00not out22300100.00Extras12 (b 1, lb 7, w 4)TOTAL200/8 (50 Overs, RR: 4.0)Fall of wickets: 1-25 (Sir Ian Botham), 2-95 (Alec Stewart), 3-135 (Graeme Hick), 4-162 (Robin Smith), 5-162 (Chris Lewis), 6-169 (Allan Lamb), 7-189 (Derek Pringle), 8-195 (Phil DeFreitas)
- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRc DeFreitas b Botham3537514194.59b DeFreitas1550020.00run out7811312313069.02not out73811054090.12not out312270025.00Extras11 (b 1, lb 8, nb 1, w 1)TOTAL201/3 (40.5 Overs, RR: 4.92)Fall of wickets: 1-5 (John Wright), 2-64 (Mark Greatbatch), 3-172 (Andrew Jones)
- World Cup Referee: BJ Paterson
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