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Britain eye World Cup greatness as New Zealand plot stun

Eoin Morgan's England face New Zealand at Lord's on Sunday edgy to win the World Cup just because following four years of hard unite.

Fans swarmed towards the London ground with their umbrellas, courageous by light morning precipitation as the players heated up on the outfield, with the sun getting through the mists.

The showers implied the beginning of play was pushed back until 10:45 am (0945 GMT), with the hurl additionally postponed by 15 minutes until 10:15.

Britain have been in the last multiple times yet have always lost the trophy while New Zealand were beaten finalists in 2015.

"It implies everything truly," said England fan Mark Colley. "We have never prevailed upon a 50 World Cup. We have been to three finals so it's an opportunity of a lifetime. For a country that began the round of cricket, we have always lost a World Cup.

"I believe Morgan's authority has been a major factor. Brings a serious positive impact. He doesn't get over-e…

New Zealand make early treble strike in Australia World Cup coordinate

New Zealand took the prized wickets of Aaron Finch, David Warner and Steve Smith to leave reigning bosses Australia 46-3 in the twelfth over of their World Cup coordinate at Lord's on Saturday.

Australia, who beat New Zealand in the 2015 last, have officially equipped for the last four out of the 10-group round-robin stage.

The type of their first-wicket pair has been a key factor in establishing the framework for a lot of their prosperity at this competition, with Finch and Warner having scored 657 runs together in eight matches - including Saturday's installation - at a normal of 82.12.

In any case, it was an alternate story against the Black Caps, with both Finch (8) and Warner (16) expelled efficiently to leave Australia 38-2.

Finch won the hurl and chose to bat first in apparently perfect, radiant conditions at the 'home of cricket'.

In any case, left-arm quick bowler Trent Boult opened the match with a lady as did medium-pacer Colin de Grandhomme, who nearly had…