Published: Thu, July 11, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

ICC CWC’19: ‘I hope we meet Australia in the finals’: Trent Boult

ICC CWC’19: ‘I hope we meet Australia in the finals’: Trent Boult

Their loss against Sri Lanka made their qualification for the semi-finals in trouble. Obviously, England have been probably the front-runners in world cricket over the last four years, the way they have changed the game, their game plan in particular has been very aggressive, taking it to the opposition. New Zealand didn't really do itself justice in its first appearance in the title match, bowled out for 183 and then seeing Australia knock off those runs in 33.1 overs.

But they're certainly not unbeatable!

Root and his team-mates also triumphed the last time they met Australia at the Birmingham venue, winning by 40 runs (DLS) in the Champions Trophy two years ago.

They will meet either defending champions Australia or hosts England to decide the 2019 World Cup champion.

This might give England a confidence boost, which combined with home support, could help them push ahead.

Edgbaston can hold around 25,000 people, but there have been some concerns the stadium may not be full.

"I think sometimes you can lose sight of the position that you're in and the fact you're living your dream".

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As of Wednesday afternoon, there were still tickets available on the ICC website, with the International Cricket Council telling fans with unwanted tickets to resell them on their official site.

"We still haven't played the ideal game in this tournament, but if we can keep those traits we have, then whoever we do face, we'll give them a run for their money".

Trent Boult is out for revenge after New Zealand booked their spot in the World Cup final, hoping Australia can join them at Lord's this Sunday. "We played outstanding cricket throughout this tournament".

"That was a flawless spell of fast bowling with the new ball", said Kohli, who believes New Zealand will be particularly hard to beat in the final in bowler-friendly conditions.

"I think we're probably more confident than we were three games ago". We are more excited to be on the stage at Lord's for World Cup final. It doesn't get bigger than that in my opinion.

"A lot of heart has been shown by the guys so far but we're keeping our feet on the ground".

What will the winners receive? Logically, their supreme record in past World Cups should not be a guaranteed precursor to ultimate success in this one, but it is a psychological tool for Langer to deploy in approaching this match. Of all those the most key figure is Starc, the leading wicket-taker by a comfortable margin in this World Cup, and the most important member of the Australian bowling attack.

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