NEW ZEALAND face England in the Cricket World Cup final after both teams impressed in brilliant semi-final victories.
The fourth placed Black Caps stunned round-robin winners India with an incredible Martin Guptill run-out of MS Dhoni proving the highlight.
And England then eased past an Australia side who finished second and comfortably beat them two weeks previously, with an eight-wicket win.
When is New Zealand vs England?
New Zealand vs England will take place on Sunday, June 14 – TODAY.
The Cricket World Cup final will commence at 10.30am – 9.30pm in New Zealand – with the toss at 10am.
It will be held at the home of cricket – Lords.
What TV channel is New Zealand vs England on?
UK viewers are spoilt for choice with Sky and Channel 4 both holding the rights to the Cricket World Cup final.
Coverage will on Sky Sports Cricket, Sky Sports Main Event and Sky 1 from 9am.
On terrestrial TV, the match will begin on Channel 4 at 9am, before switching to More4 from 1.10pm to make way for the British Grand Prix, and then returning to Channel 4 at 4.45pm.
Viewers in New Zealand can watch all the action on Sky Sport, while in India Star Sports have the Cricket World Cup TV rights.
Can I live stream New Zealand vs England?
In the UK, New Zealand vs England will be available to live stream on Sky Go and All 4.
Viewers in New Zealand can watch on their version of Sky Go, while live streaming in India is on Hotstar.
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How do I watch New Zealand vs England for FREE?
Channel 4 is FREE for all UK viewers with a TV licence.
Those without can purchase a colour TV licence for £154.50 or black and white for £52.
Sky 1 is also free for Sky TV subscribers, including those without Sky Sports.