All the latest information ahead of the Women’s World Cup cricket final between England and India at Lord’s
ENGLAND have a date with destiny at Lord’s on Sunday when they face India in the Women’s World Cup cricket final.
The home nation made it through to the final with a thrilling close-fought victory over South Africa on Tuesday.
No.10 batsman Anya Shrubsole struck her first ball for four to propel England over the winning line by two wickets with two deliveries remaining.
India booked their place yesterday with a 36-run win over Australia in the second semi-final.
Captain Heather Knight’s side will be looking for revenge over Mitahli Raj’s team after India beat England in the opening match of the tournament.
The home nation lost by by 35 runs as India racked up 281-3 and dismissed the hosts for 246.
What TV channel is England vs India on?
The match is being shown on live on Sky Sports Cricket (channel 404) and Sky Sports Mix (channel 121).
Coverage starts from 10am on Sunday morning.
What time does England vs India start?
The match is due to start at 10.30am.
The final is taking place at Lords Cricket Ground.
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