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World Cup: England end Australia's title defence, face NZ in final

IndiaTimes 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.
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News video: Australia confirm Peter Handscomb will play against England

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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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