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England vs New Zealand Cricket World Cup final LIVE: Match updates and latest build-up from Lord's

Independent Sunday, 14 July 2019
Follow LIVE coverage as England meet New Zealand at Lord's with the chance to claim the men's World Cup for the first time
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News video: England favourites but anything possible, warns Williamson

England favourites but anything possible, warns Williamson 01:16

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

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