Britain flooded into their first World Cup last for a long time with a hair-raising eight-wicket devastation of Australia at Edgbaston.

The hosts will get the opportunity to lift the trophy just because when they meet New Zealand at Lord’s on Sunday.

A first win in a World Cup knockout match since 1992 was verified over the protecting heroes on multi day that will live long in the memory, legitimately close by anything from the 2005 Ashes or the 2010-11 voyage through Australia.

It was based on a wild opening seven overs, when Australia were decreased to 14-3 by the new-ball brightness of Chris Woakes and Jofra Archer.

Steve Smith, so frequently England’s enemy, held Australia together with 85, assisting them to a sum of 223 that at any rate gave them something with bowling at.

Be that as it may, home nerves over the threatening nearness of Mitchell Starc were eased by a productive opening association between Jason Roy and Jonny Bairstow, who included 124 for the main wicket.

Roy smashed 85 preceding Joe Root and Eoin Morgan took England to their objective with 17.5 overs to save.

The simplicity of England’s movement to the last was such a complexity to the gathering stage rout by Australia that left them on the precarious edge of end.

From that point forward they have beaten India, New Zealand and turned in this, their best execution of the competition to date.

They will begin the last, which will be appeared as allowed to-air on Channel 4, as firm top choices to be delegated title holders.

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