For the first time since the 1992 edition, England booked their place in the summit showdown of the International Cricket Council (ICC) Men's World Cup with a comfortable eight-wicket win over defending champions Australia in the all-important semi-final clash of this year's marquee event at the Edgbaston Cricket Ground in Birmingham on Thursday.
"But you've got to assess the conditions and trust the decisions you're making out there are the right ones and a lot of experts said they thought we were going slow but Kane and I, our communication out there was to try and get to 240".
'Our aim has always been to celebrate what could be a "once in a generation" moment of a home team in a big final on home soil.
For England, there are no issues with regaining winning momentum, following the two wins on the bounce. "I don't think you can find any one particular weakness a day out and say tomorrow we are going to predict this is going to happen because the majority of the time you get it wrong". Keeping their current form in mind, it will be hard to say which team will have the upper hand, although Australia could have the last laugh. Archer and Woakes also excelled, taking two for 32 and three for 20, while Rashid bagged three scalps in his best display to date. It is about understanding that will be the main threat early on, that ball swinging and if we can combat that and make a good start then we give ourselves a better chance. He said that has got the players more excited about the semi-final.
Australian media lamented their team's "shellacking" by England in the Cricket World Cup semi-final Friday, warning it was an ominous harbinger for the upcoming Ashes series.
Australia head coach Justin Langer told reporters in Birmingham on Tuesday, "I'll tell you the truth: Peter will definitely play, 100 percent".
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"I think Australia pumped us in 2015 in the final", the pace bowler said, sporting a wide grin, "so it would be nice to [play them] again".
While cricketers are susceptible to criticism from pundits and fans alike there's no denying that they don't get affected by it.
Australia skipper Aaron Finch had no qualms in admitting that his team was outplayed.
Rohit and Kohli had amassed 1,000 runs between them to help India top the group standings but the pair contributed just one apiece on the reserve day of this last four encounter at Old Trafford.
England, on the other hand, have gone with the same team that featured against New Zealand in their last league game.
Jadeja struck four sixes and four fours in a measured innings but when he mistimed a shot off Boult, Williamson took a catch, India was 208-7 with 13 balls left and the chasers had lost their big-hitter. But after getting beaten by Pakistan and Sri Lanka we dwelt on it a little bit rather than just forgetting about it and moving on.