Over-by-over report: Co-hosts Australia and New Zealand meet with the World Cup trophy at stake in the final at the MCG. Join John Ashdown
Australia is playing its seventh final and looking for a record fifth World Cup title, while New Zealand has never even made it to this stage of the tournament before. Who will emerge victorious? Please join our live blog to find out.
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Follow live over-by-over coverage from the Melbourne Cricket Ground as host nations Australia and New Zealand meet in the Cricket World Cup final.
New Zealand cricket fans are still clinging to the hope of a comeback in the World Cup final this evening, after the Black Caps were bowled out for 183. - New Zealand Herald
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The Herald's Cricket World Cup 2015 final blog with Steven Holloway, Nick Edlin and Kris Shannon takes place below with analysis from Black Cap Jimmy Neesham. App users tap here. - New Zealand Herald
The best images from the final between Australia and New Zealand at the Melbourne Cricket Ground
A devastating spell by fast-bowling all-rounder James Faulkner allowed Australia to put one hand on a fifth World Cup trophy as…
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