England will need 242 runs to win its first ever Cricket World Cup after restricting New Zealand to 241-8 at Lord's on Sunday.
In front of a packed house in London, England's Liam Plunkett and Chris Woakes were the pick of the bowlers, each taking three wickets to keep New Zealand to a score under 250.
Henry Nicholls, the New Zealand opener, hit 55 to finish as his team's top scorer after England's bowlers produced an impressive display under huge pressure and expectation.
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