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England vs East Africa 9th Match Prudential World Cup 1975 Highlights

Watch the highlights of England vs East Africa 9th Match Prudential World Cup 1975 - Prudential World Cup tournament of the 9th ODI match match first time played between East Africa and England at Edgbaston, Birmingham in 14th June 1975.

Half-centuries from top-order batsmen Barry Wood, Dennis Amiss and Frank Hayes before Fast bowler John Snow's four-wicket haul, Peter Lever and Tony Greig's combined 5-wickets helped to England registered their historic first ODI win against East Africa by massive 196-runs and storm into the semi-final in a one-sided game of the ninth match of a Prudential World Cup.

Match Stats :
  • England's 196-run win was their second largest victory by terms of runs in One-day international and also the second biggest win in ODIs.
  • England's 290 was their second highest score in One-day internationals.
  • East Africa's 94 was the third lowest score in One-day internationals.
  • 158 : Barry Wood and Dennis Amiss set up the second highest any-wicket partnership for England in One-day international and the fourth highest any-wicket stand in ODIs.
  • John Snow's 4 for 11 was the second best bowling figures in One-day internationals after Dennis Lillee's 5 for 34.
  • ( 12-6-11-4 ) - John Snow's economy rate of 0.91 was the third best economical figures in One-day international (minimum of 10 or more overs),

England scored 290-5 in 60 overs with top scorer by Dennis Amiss struck 88 off 116-balls including 7-fours.

Barry Wood scored 77 off 138-balls including 6-fours, Frank Hayes hammered a 52 off 50-balls included 6-fours & 2-sixes, Alan Knott 18 not out and Chris Old 18.

East Africa best bowler by Zulfiqar Ali picked up 3-wickets and Mehmood Quaraishy took 2-wickets.

East Africa scored 94 for all-out in 52.3 overs with top scorer by Ramesh Sethi scored 30 off consuming 102-balls including three boundaries, Mehmood Quaraishy 19 and Parbhu Nana 8 not out.

England best bowler by John Snow 4-11, Peter Lever picked up 3-wickets for 32-runs in 12-overs, Tony Greig took 2-wickets and one for Chris Old.

John Snow named Player of the match for his pace bowling attack to claimed a career-best 4-wickets for 11-runs in 12-overs including six maidens with economy rate of 0.91.