- not out11100100.00Extras21 (b 4, lb 11, nb 3, w 3)TOTAL175 all out (49.3 Overs, RR: 3.53)Fall of wickets: 1-10 (Grant Flower, 2.5 ov), 2-35 (Neil Johnson, 8.5 ov), 3-45 (Andy Flower, 10.1 ov), 4-136 (Murray Goodwin, 36.3 ov), 5-148 (Alistair Campbell, 41.4 ov), 6-154 (Stuart Carlisle, 44.5 ov), 7-163 (Heath Streak, 47.2 ov), 8-174 (Guy Whittall, 48.6 ov), 9-174 (Adam Huckle, 49.1 ov), 10-175 (Andy Whittall, 49.3 ov)
- not out917251052.94not out0512000.00Extras5 (lb 1, nb 4)TOTAL70/3 (15 Overs, RR: 4.66)Fall of wickets: 1-58 (Matt Horne, 8.6 ov), 2-59 (Nathan Astle, 9.6 ov), 3-65 (Craig McMillan, 12.3 ov)
- 4th (reserve) umpire: JC Balderstone
- Rain stopped play from 11:32am to 2:00pm. An early lunch break was taken during this time. Zimbabwe at this stage were 47/3 off 10.4 overs.
- MW Goodwin 50 off 83 balls, 5x4 0x6
- Rain made a further interruption to play from 3:39pm to 4:45pm. Zimbabwe were 134/3 off 36 overs.
- Bad light then stopped play at 7:06pm. The umpires called off play at 7:30 on day 1.
- Reserve day used (but no play possible)
- Match abandoned at 4:30pm
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