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Semi Finals and Final of Cricket World Cup 1975

World Cup 1975

The first Cricket World Cup was played in 1975 in England. England, Australia, New Zealand and West Indies cricket teams qualified for the semifinals in Cricket World Cup 1975. In 1975, One Day Internationals were of 60 overs per innings.

1st Semi final: Cricket World Cup 1975:

Played on 18th June, 1975. England faced Australian cricket team in this first semi final.

  1. English cricket team scored 93 runs. English batting line up failed badly. Australia scored 94 runs. Australia won by 4 wickets with 188 balls remaining.
  2. GJ Gilmour took 6 wickets for Australian cricket team. MHN Walker took 3 wickets. While battling to save a very small total, CM Old of England cricket team took 3 wickets.
  3. GJ Gilmour was declared Man of the match of semi-final in 1975 Cricket World Cup.

2nd Semifinal: Cricket World Cup 1975:

  1. Played on 18th June, 1975. New Zealand cricket team faced West Indies in the semi final of first cricket World Cup.
  2. West Indian cricket team won by 5 wickets.
  3. GM Turner scored 36, G Howarth scored 51. BD Julien took for wickets and VA Holder took 3. These performances strengthened West Indies in the match.
  4. New Zealand scored 158 runs and West Indies scored 159 runs to win the match.
  5. CG Greenidge scored 55 and Al Kallicharan scored 72 runs to meet the target of 158 runs successfully.
  6. Colling from New Zealand took 3 wickets.
  7. Al Kallicharan was declared Man of the Match in the second semi-final of Cricket World Cup 1975.
  8. The Final of 1975 Cricket World Cup was played between Australia and West Indies.

Final of Cricket World Cup 1975 

The First World Cup of Cricket was played in England. The Final was played between West Indies cricket team and Australian cricket team. Some of the facts about 1975 Cricket World Cup are:

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