Australian Country XI v Indians
Benson and Hedges World Cup 1991/92 (Warm-up)
VenueLake Oval, Melbourne on 11th February 1992 (50-over match)
Balls per over6
TossIndians won the toss and decided to field
ResultAustralian Country XI won by 25 runs (Highest scoring overs)
UmpiresPD Reporter, WP Sheahan
ScorersCJ Reece, SE Rodgers

Australian Country XI inningsRunsBallsMins4s6sS-Rate
IF Sartorilbw b Srinath6     
GJ Armsc Srikkanth b Srinath11     
PJ Solwayb Jadeja29     
JB Szeligac Banerjee b Raju5     
*MS Curryb Jadeja15     
R Bedfordnot out50     
GR Irvinec More b Srinath20     
KG Brayc Raju b Srinath2     
+GW Viviannot out4     
PD Roedid not bat      
EJ Marrinerdid not bat      
Extras(9 lb, 7 nb, 7 w)23
Total(7 wickets, innings closed, 42 overs)165
Fall of wickets:
1-19 (Sartori), 2-31 (Arms), 3-42 (Szeliga), 4-78 (Curry), 5-83 (Solway), 6-141 (Irvine), 7-152 (Bray)
Indians bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-BallsS-RateEcon
Srinath9   22843413.503.11
Banerjee8   229012-3.62
Raju8   1311--48.003.88
Tendulkar7   0240---3.43
Jadeja6   02923118.004.83
Srikkanth4   0150---3.75

Indians inningsRunsBallsMins4s6sS-Rate
*K Srikkanthc Vivian b Marriner4     
M Prabhakarc Vivian b Roe38     
AD Jadejac Szeliga b Marriner5     
VG Kamblinot out51     
SV Manjrekarnot out3     
SR Tendulkardid not bat      
PK Amredid not bat      
+KS Moredid not bat      
ST Banerjeedid not bat      
SLV Rajudid not bat      
J Srinathdid not bat      
Extras(2 b, 1 lb, 12 nb, 13 w)28
Total(3 wickets, 30.4 overs)129
Fall of wickets:
1-9 (Srikkanth), 2-32 (Jadeja), 3-117 (Prabhakar)
Australian Country XI bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-BallsS-RateEcon
Marriner6   1102--18.001.67
Roe7   040181242.005.71
Bray5   0130---2.60
Curry5   0310---6.20

--> The match was reduced before play started to 42 overs per side
--> When play was halted Indians needed to have scored 155 runs to win

Twelfth men: CJ Staude (Australia Country), M Azharuddin (India)
Match notes
Rain delayed the commencement of the match by 65 minutes and the game was reduced to 42 overs a side. Country began slowly but some quick runs towards the end brought then a respectable total. India was cruising towards victory when rain came down at 4.48 p.m. and continued throughout the afternoon so that no further play was possible. In the count back to the highest scoring overs, the formula to be used to decide such matches in the forthcoming World Cup, the Country total was revised to 154 from the best scoring thirty overs so that Country was declared winner with an advantage of 25 runs.





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