India vs Australia 11th Match Prudential World Cup 1983 Article

Read the article of India vs Australia 11th Match Prudential World Cup 1983 - Prudential World Cup 1983 tournament of the 11th ODI match played between Australia and India at Trent Bridge, Nottingham in 13th June 1983.

Trevor Chappell's superb maiden century, Kim Hughes and Graham Yallop's fifties before Ken MacLeay's career-best six-for gives Australia record 162-run victory over India, despite a all-round display from captain Kapil Dev's record-breaking maiden five-for and Quick-fire 40 in a one-sided game of the 11th match of a Prudential World Cup.

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  • Australia's 162-run win was their largest victory by terms of runs in One-day international cricket history, previous biggest win by 149-runs against New Zealand at Melbourne earlier in this year, It is the fifth biggest win in ODI and World Cups.
  • Australia's 320 was their second highest score in One-day international, also It is their second highest total against India in ODIs and also It is their second highest-score in World Cups after their highest was 328 at 
  • Trevor Chappell became the second Australian batsman to score a century against India in One-day internationals after Allan Border.
  • Trevor Chappell became the seventh Australian batsman to score a hundred in ODIs.
  • Trevor Chappell's 110 was his highest score for Australia in One-day international and the highest-score by an Australian batsman against India in ODIs, surpassing the previous record of unbeaten 105 India held by Allan Border at Sydney in 1980.
  • Ken MacLeay became the second Australian bowler to claimed a five-wicket haul against India in ODIs after Greg Chappell.
  • Ken Macleay's 6 for 39 was the second best bowling figures for Australia in One-day international after Gary Gilmour's 6 for 14 against England at Leeds in the inaugural 1975 World Cup and the best-bowling-figures by an Australian bowler against India in ODIs, surpassing the previous record of 5 for 15 held by Greg Chappell at Sydney in 1981.
  • Ken MacLeay's 6 for 39 was the fourth best bowling figures in One-day international and the third best-bowling-figures in World Cups.
  • Ken MacLeay became the second bowler to take a 6-wicket haul in One-day international after Gary Gilmour.
  • India's 158 was their second lowest score against Australia in One-day international after their 63 at Sydney in 1981 and It is their second worst-total in a completed innings in World Cup after their 132 against England at Lord's in the inaugural opening match of a 1975 World Cup.
  • Kapil Dev became the first Indian bowler to take a five-wicket haul in One-day international and also World Cup cricket history.
  • Kapil Dev's 5 for 43 was the best bowling figures by an Indian bowler in ODI cricket history, surpassing the previous record of 4 for 30 held by Dilip Doshi against New Zealand at Brisbane in 1980.

* Australia, led by two players who last Thursday were in danger of not playing a match in the Prudential Cricket World Cup, stormed back into semi-final calculations with a massive 162-run win over India at Trent Bridge.

* All-rounders Trevor Chappell and Ken MacLcay, both of whom missed last Thursday's shocking loss against inexperienced Zimbabwe. were Australia's aces in what was for the first time a form pack of players.

* Chappell. standing in for the severely concussed Graeme Wood as Kepler Wessels' opening partner, made a superb 110 runs from only 130 balls. With Graham Yallop (66 not out) and captain Kim Hughes (52), Chappell built the Australian innings to 320.

* Then English-born Ken MacLeay took 6-39 from 11.5 ovens to set up Australia's win. Hughes was full of praise for the team, particularly Chappell. "I was very pleased for Trevor. His performance was a reward for all the hard work he has put in," Hughes said. "It is very handy to have someone in your side who can replace an established player and play so well." 

* MacLeay who at one stage had figures of 4-3-3-3, bowled unchanged from the pavilion end.

Australia scored massive total of 320-9 in 60 overs with top scorer by Trevor Chappell cracked a career-best 110 off 131-balls - which was his 1st ODI hundred.

Graham Yallop hit a unbeaten 66 off 73-balls including 5-fours, Kim Hughes scored 52 off 86-balls included 3-fours and Allan Border scored 26 off 23-balls including a boundary.

India best bowler by Kapil Dev claimed a career-best 5-wicket haul for 43-runs in 12-overs including two maidens, Madan Lal took 2-wickets and one for Mohinder Amarnath - Roger Binny.

India scored 158 for all-out in 37.5 overs with top scorer by Kapil Dev hammered a 40 off 27-balls including 2-fours & a six with strike rate of 148.14.

Kris Srikkanth scored 39 off 63-balls including 6-fours and Madan Lal hit 27 off 39-balls included two boundaries.

Australia best bowler by Ken Macleay claimed a career-best 6-wicket haul for 39-runs in 11.5-overs including three maidens, Tom Hogan took 2-wickets and one for Geoff Lawson.

Trevor Chappell named Player of the match for his superb batting performance to smashed a career-best 110-runs knocked off facing 131-balls including 11-fours.



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