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Anything possible in final, says Kane Williamson

BBC News Saturday, 13 July 2019 ()
New Zealand will "keep their feet on the ground" as they bid to upset England and win their first World Cup, says captain Kane Williamson.
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News video: England favourites but anything possible, warns Williamson

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Kane Williamson acknowledges his New Zealand side are underdogs for the World Cup final but says anyone can beat anyone.

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