Scorecard of India Vs Zimbabwe at Tunbridge Wells (June 18): Prudential World Cup 1983

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Match Date : June 18, 1983
Venue : Nevill Ground, Tunbridge Wells
Toss : India won the toss and elected to bat first
Umpires : MJ Kitchen and BJ Meyer
Match Result : India won by 5 wickets
Man of the Match : Kapil Dev

India (60 overs Maximum)

Sunil Gavaskar lbw b Rawson 0
Krish Srikkanth c Butchart b Curran 0
Mohinder Amarnath c Houghton b Rawson 5
Sandeep Patil c Houghton b Curran 1
Yashpal Sharma c Houghton b Rawson 9
Kapil Dev (C) not out 175
Roger Binny lbw b Traicos 22
Ravi Shastri c Pycroft b Fletcher 1
Madan Lal c Houghton b Curran 17
Syed Kirmani (WK) not out 24
Balwinder Sandhu

Extras : 12 (Wides: 3 No Balls: 0 Byes: 0 Leg Byes: 9)

Total : 266/8 (Overs: 60.0)

Fall of Wickets : 1-0 (Gavaskar), 2-6 (Srikkanth), 3-6 (Amarnath), 4-9 (Patil), 5-17 (Yashpal Sharma), 6-77 (Binny), 7-78 (Shastri), 8-140 (Madan Lal)

Zimbabwe Bowling

Rawson 12-4-47-3
Curran 12-1-65-3
Butchart 12-2-38-0
Fletcher 12-2-59-1
Traicos 12-0-45-1

*Kapil Dev’s 175 came off 138 balls with 16 fours and 6 sixes

Zimbabwe (Target : 267 from 60 Overs)

Robin Brown run out 35
Grant Paterson lbw b Binny 23
Jack Heron run out 3
Andy Pycroft c Kirmani b Sandhu 6
Dave Houghton (WK) lbw b Madan Lal 17
Duncan Fletcher (C) c Kapil Dev b Amarnath 13
Kevin Curran c Shastri b Madan Lal 73
Iain Butchart b Binny 18
Gerald Peckover c Yashpal Sharma b Madan Lal 14
Peter Rawson not out 2
John Traicos c&b Kapil Dev 3

Extras : 28 (Wides: 7 No Balls: 4 Byes: 0 Leg Byes: 17)

Total : 235 all out (Overs: 57.0)

Fall of Wickets : 1-44 (Paterson), 2-48 (Heron), 3-61 (Pycroft), 4-86 (Brown), 5-103 (Houghton), 6-113 (Fletcher), 7-168 (Butchart), 8-189 (Peckover), 9-230 (Curran), 10-235 (Traicos)

India Bowling

Kapil Dev 11-1-32-1
Sandhu 11-2-44-1
Binny 11-2-45-2
Madan Lal 11-2-42-3
Amarnath 12-1-37-1
Shastri 1-0-7-0

English: Tunbridge Wells: the Nevill Ground Th...

English: Tunbridge Wells: the Nevill Ground The pavilion was burnt down in 1913 by militant suffragettes but quickly rebuilt. The stand to its left is more recent. Players practise ahead of the first (very hot) day of the Kent-Notts match. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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