Lord's to be 'no-fly zone' for World Cup final

Credit: Sify- Published on July 13, 2019
As England and New Zealand get ready to lock horns in the World Cup final, the Lord's Cricket Ground has been declared as a 'no fly zone' for both the match day (July 14) and reserve day (July 15).

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO
Published on July 13, 2019 -  00:56
World Cup final: Eoin Morgan determined to seize 'huge opportunity' for England
England captain Eoin Morgan is hungry to cap four years of toil and determination by delivering the World Cup win the country craves. When Morgan leads his team out in Sunday's Lord's final against New Zealand, their first since 1992, he will follow in the footsteps of Mike Brearley, Mike Gatting and Graham Gooch, all of whom finished with runners-up medals.

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