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6.) In 1975 cricket world cup, the East Africa side comprised players from four countries. Three
countries are Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda. Which is the fourth country?
Options are:
A.) Zimbabwe
B.) Zambia
C.) Somalia
D.) Mozambique
7.) In Cricket World Cup 1975, "I asked myself, 'Why the hell did I not walk the second ball?'" Who said
this and when?
Options are:
A.) East Africa opener Frasat Ali, who struggled for a 17-ball duck against John Snow and Peter Lever
B.) Duleep Mendis after being hit on the head by a Jeff Thomson bouncer
C.) Tony Greig on the tricky Headingley pitch for the semi-final, where 16 wickets fell for 142 runs
D.) Sunil Gavaskar during his infamous 36* against England
8.) What was the prize money offer for the winners of the Cricket World Cup 1975?
Options are:
A.) $4000
B.) $40,000
C.) 0
D.) $14,000
                        
9.) How many ODIs had been played before the 1975 World Cup?
Options are:
A.) 100
B.) 8
C.) 18
D.) 46
10.) Who bowled the first ball of the World Cup 1975?
Options are:
A.) Abid Ali
B.) Tony Grieg
C.) Madan Lal
D.) John Snow
                        
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