World Cup: England end Australia's title defence, face NZ in final
Thursday, 11 July 2019 () England snuffed out Australia's title defence and stormed into the World Cup final with a comprehensive eight-wicket victory over the five-time champions in the second semi-final. Morgan's men skittled out Australia for 223 before romping to their target in 32.1 overs in a lop-sided battle between the hosts and the holders at Edgbaston.
Australia will call on Peter Handscomb for the first time in over three months when they take on England in the World Cup semi-final. Matthew Wade is also coming into the squad in place of Usman Khawaja.
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