result
1st ODI, Leeds, Sep 5 1973, West Indies tour of England
(54.3/55 ov)182/9
England won by 1 wicket (with 3 balls remaining)
player of the match
West Indies INNINGS (55 overs maximum)
BATTING RBM4s6sSR
Roy Fredericks c Greig b Willis412-1033.33
Maurice Foster c Greig b Old2562-4040.32
Rohan Kanhai (c)c Greig b Underwood5575-5173.33
Clive Lloyd  b Willis3132-2196.87
Alvin Kallicharran st †Taylor b Underwood2668-3038.23
Garry Sobers c †Taylor b Old06-000.00
Bernard Julien c †Taylor b Old02-000.00
Keith Boyce  b Underwood717-1041.17
Deryck Murray run out 1129-0037.93
Vanburn Holder c Old b Hendrick1021-0047.61
Lance Gibbs not out 00-000.00
Extras(lb 12)12
TOTAL(54 Ov, RR: 3.35)181
Fall of wickets: 1-4 (Roy Fredericks), 2-65 (Maurice Foster), 3-115 (Rohan Kanhai), 4-132 (Clive Lloyd), 5-133 (Garry Sobers), 6-133 (Bernard Julien), 7-158 (Alvin Kallicharran), 8-159 (Keith Boyce), 9-181 (Vanburn Holder), 10-181 (Deryck Murray)
BOWLINGOMRWECON0s4s6sWDNB
Bob Willis1022922.90---00
Mike Hendrick1142712.45---00
Chris Old1114333.90---00
Derek Underwood1123032.72---00
Tony Greig1104003.63---00
England INNINGS (target: 182 runs from 55 overs)
BATTING RBM4s6sSR
Geoff Boycott c Kanhai b Holder013-000.00
Mike Smith lbw b Julien3171-2043.66
Mike Denness (c) b Gibbs66117-6056.41
Frank Hayes c †Murray b Julien927-2033.33
Keith Fletcher lbw b Holder210-0020.00
Tony Greig c Sobers b Boyce4854-4088.88
Chris Old  b Sobers415-0026.66
Bob Taylor run out 818-1044.44
Mike Hendrick  b Boyce12-0050.00
Bob Willis not out 54-00125.00
Derek Underwood not out 12-0050.00
Extras(b 1, lb 3, nb 3)7
TOTAL(54.3 Ov, RR: 3.33)182/9
Fall of wickets: 1-3 (Geoff Boycott), 2-74 (Mike Smith), 3-93 (Frank Hayes), 4-95 (Keith Fletcher), 5-143 (Mike Denness), 6-157 (Chris Old), 7-171 (Bob Taylor), 8-176 (Tony Greig), 9-176 (Mike Hendrick)
BOWLINGOMRWECON0s4s6sWDNB
Garry Sobers10.333112.95---00
Vanburn Holder1113423.09---00
Keith Boyce1114023.63---00
Bernard Julien1114023.63---00
Lance Gibbs1103012.72---00
MATCH NOTES
  • On his debut as England's captain, Denness made the highest contribution to the first of these contests to be decided by the final pair of batsmen. Sobers failed to score in his only one-day international.