- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRc Benjamin b Simmons4270953060.00c †Williams b Cummins1001471738068.02c †Williams b Cummins614190042.85lbw b Simmons810121080.00st †Williams b Hooper2131380067.74b Cummins614180042.85not out11112200100.00not out106910166.66Extras12 (lb 3, nb 6, w 3)TOTAL216/6 (50 Overs, RR: 4.32)Fall of wickets: 1-107 (Tom Moody), 2-128 (Dean Jones), 3-141 (Allan Border), 4-185 (Mark Waugh), 5-189 (David Boon), 6-200 (Steve Waugh)
- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRc Jones b McDermott1424272058.33run out70971803072.16lbw b McDermott011000.00c †Healy b Whitney1044500022.72c McDermott b Whitney1521161071.42c †Healy b Whitney515140033.33c ME Waugh b Whitney411160036.36c Border b Reid415170026.66lbw b SR Waugh15153420100.00run out27120028.57not out51080050.00Extras15 (b 3, lb 5, nb 4, w 3)TOTAL159 all out (42.4 Overs, RR: 3.72)Fall of wickets: 1-27 (Desmond Haynes), 2-27 (Phil Simmons), 3-59 (Sir Richie Richardson), 4-83 (Keith Arthurton), 5-99 (Gus Logie), 6-117 (Carl Hooper), 7-128 (David Williams), 8-137 (Brian Lara), 9-150 (Sir Curtly Ambrose), 10-159 (Winston Benjamin)
- World Cup Referee: Jim Mann
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