result
9th Match, Birmingham, Jun 14 1975, Prudential World Cup
290/5
(52.3/60 ov, target 291)94
England won by 196 runs
Player Of The Match
4/11
john-snow
England INNINGS (60 overs maximum)
BATTING RBM4s6sSR
Barry Wood  b Mehmood Quaraishy771381446055.79
Dennis Amiss c Nana b Zulfiqar Ali881161187075.86
Frank Hayes  b Zulfiqar Ali52505062104.00
Tony Greig lbw b Zulfiqar Ali917160052.94
Alan Knott not out 1819280094.73
Chris Old  b Mehmood Quaraishy18161630112.50
Mike Denness (c)not out 126410200.00
Extras(b 7, lb 7, nb 1, w 1)16
TOTAL(60 Ov, RR: 4.83)290/5
Fall of wickets: 1-158 (Dennis Amiss), 2-192 (Barry Wood), 3-234 (Tony Greig), 4-244 (Frank Hayes), 5-277 (Chris Old)
BOWLINGOMRWECON0s4s6sWDNB
Frasat Ali904004.44---00
Don Pringle1204103.41---00
Parbhu Nana1224603.83---00
Ramesh Sethi502905.80---00
Zulfiqar Ali1206335.25---00
Mehmood Quaraishy1005525.50---00
East Africa INNINGS (target: 291 runs from 60 overs)
BATTING RBM4s6sSR
Frasat Ali  b Snow01718000.00
Samuel Walusimbi lbw b Snow730460023.33
Yunus Badat  b Snow031000.00
Jawahir Shah lbw b Snow413140030.76
Ramesh Sethi  b Lever301021033029.41
Harilal Shah (c) b Greig653520011.32
Mehmood Quaraishy c Amiss b Greig1941432046.34
Zulfiqar Ali  b Lever722270031.81
Hamish McLeod  b Lever023000.00
Parbhu Nana not out 828330028.57
Don Pringle  b Old312130025.00
Extras(lb 6, nb 3, w 1)10
TOTAL(52.3 Ov, RR: 1.79)94
Fall of wickets: 1-7 (Frasat Ali), 2-7 (Yunus Badat), 3-15 (Jawahir Shah), 4-21 (Samuel Walusimbi), 5-42 (Harilal Shah), 6-72 (Mehmood Quaraishy), 7-76 (Ramesh Sethi), 8-79 (Hamish McLeod), 9-88 (Zulfiqar Ali), 10-94 (Don Pringle)
BOWLINGOMRWECON0s4s6sWDNB
John Snow1261140.91---00
Peter Lever1233232.66---00
Derek Underwood1051101.10---00
Barry Wood731001.42---00
Tony Greig1011821.80---00
Chris Old1.30211.33---00
MATCH DETAILS
Edgbaston, Birmingham
TossEast Africa, elected to field first
SeriesPrudential World Cup
Season1975
Player Of The Match
John Snow
John Snow
Match numberODI no. 27
Match daysday (60-over match)
Umpires
England Image
Bill Alley
England Image
John Langridge
PointsEngland 4, East Africa 0