1. Cricket World Cup 2019 semi-final LIVE: Australia vs England  The Sydney Morning Herald
  2. Australia v England: Cricket World Cup 2019 semi-final – live!  The Guardian
  3. Why it is important for England to win this World Cup | ESPNcricinfo.com  ESPNcricinfo
  4. This is England's best chance to make the World Cup final - Michael Vaughan  Cricbuzz
  5. Wade replaces injured Khawaja ahead of Thursdays semi-final  The News International
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Captain Eoin Morgan believes his England side could not be better prepared for Thursday's World Cup semi-final against Australia.Captain Eoin Morgan believes his England side could not be better prepared for Thursday's World Cup semi-final against Australia.

England v Australia: Cricket World Cup hosts excited for semi-final - BBC Sport

They're both in tremendous form — one with the bat and one with the ball — but who is Australia's most important player heading into the 2019 Cricket World Cup finals, Mitchell Starc or David Warner?Who is Australia's most important player heading into the 2019 Cricket World Cup finals, Mitchell Starc or David Warner?

Is Australia too reliant on Starc and Warner heading into the Cricket World Cup finals? - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

“All smiles in the Australia camp ahead of the toss 😄 #AUSvENG | #CWC19 | #CmonAussie”

Cricket World Cup on Twitter: "All smiles in the Australia camp ahead of the toss 😄 #AUSvENG | #CWC19 | #CmonAussie… "

“#AaronFinch has won the toss and will bat. Peter Handscomb comes in for the injured Usman Khawaja. First ball in 30 minutes #CmonAussie #AUSvENG #CWC19”

Cricket Australia on Twitter: "#AaronFinch has won the toss and will bat. Peter Handscomb comes in for the injured Usman Khawaja. First ball in 30 minutes #CmonAussie #AUSvENG #CWC19… https://t.co/tg8UA4byK6"

“Took nearly 20 years but Archer finally put one on Carey’s chin #ICCWorldCup #ENGvAUS”

Roy Dyson on Twitter: "Took nearly 20 years but Archer finally put one on Carey’s chin #ICCWorldCup #ENGvAUS"

“Need another wicket now to put the stranglehold back on Australia. Thankfully, the run rate is still relatively low at the moment. #AUSvENG | #CWC19”

ForeverBlue⁸⁴ 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿🇮🇹 on Twitter: "Need another wicket now to put the stranglehold back on Australia. Thankfully, the run rate is still relatively low at the moment. #AUSvENG | #CWC19"

They have waited a long time for this, and made it through to the pointy end after a few wake-up calls. Never have they had a team better equipped to achieve glory | ESPNcricinfo.comThey have waited a long time for this, and made it through to the pointy end after a few wake-up calls. Never have they had a team better equipped to achieve glory | ESPNcricinfo.com

Why it is important for England to win this World Cup | ESPNcricinfo.com

There are concerns that the game against Australia could be played in front of a half-empty stadium after South Africa's surprise win last weekend ensured their opponents will be Australia rather than India.There are concerns that the game against Australia could be played in front of a half-empty stadium after South Africa's surprise win last weekend ensured their opponents will be Australia rather than India.

World Cup chief claims Edgbaston will be packed for semi-final | Daily Mail Online

ENGLAND want to reduce Aussie cheats Steve Smith and David Warner to tears again today. The pair bawled in public after being caught red-handed in the Sandpapergate scandal — that saw them cop a ye…

England prepared to reduce Aussie cheats Smith and Warner to tears once again – The Sun

For England to advance, Australia must do something they have never done before in last 7 World Cup semi-finals — lose.

England, Australia renew rivalry in Edgbaston World Cup blockbuster - Newspaper - DAWN.COM

World Cup semis have a way of delivering drama and tonight's Australia-England blockbuster at Edgbaston, to decide who meets New Zealand in Sunday's final, promises to be no different.World Cup semis have a way of delivering drama and tonight's Australia-England blockbuster at Edgbaston, to decide who meets New Zealand in Sunday's final, promises to be no different.

The touring team took just six balls to wrap up victory on the fourth day after James Pattinson, Jackson Bird and Jon Holland fired with the ballThe touring team took just six balls to wrap up victory on the fourth day after James Pattinson, Jackson Bird and Jon Holland fired with the ball

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Tomorrow’s semi-final against Australia represents a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. It will be a full cycle, twenty years or thereabouts, before the World Cup returns here, by which time every England player will have retired, The Times will have a new cricket correspondent and some readers of thisToday’s semi-final against Australia represents a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. It will be a full cycle, 20 years or thereabouts, before the World Cup returns here, by which time every England...

Cricket World Cup: England face clash of cultures in biggest game of their lives | Sport | The Times

The ICC received the relevant paperwork on Wednesday from Cricket Australia to apply to replace Khawaja who has sustained a hamstring injury which has ruled him out of further participation in the event.The ICC received the relevant paperwork on Wednesday from Cricket Australia to apply to replace Khawaja who has sustained a hamstring injury which has ruled him out of further participation in the event.

Wade replaces injured Khawaja ahead of Thursday’s semi-final | Sports | thenews.com.pk |

England may change their bowling combination for their Cricket World Cup semi-final against Australia if the Edgbaston pitch assists spinners, captain Eoin Morgan said.England may change their bowling combination for their Cricket World Cup semi-final against Australia if the Edgbaston pitch assists spinners, captain Eoin Morgan said.

Aaron Finch believes Australia will relish the raucous atmosphere at Edgbaston, despite the side not having won a game at the ground since 2001.Aaron Finch believes Australia will relish the raucous atmosphere at Edgbaston, despite the side not having won a game at the ground since 2001.

'There's always good banter there': Aaron Finch relishing challenge of ending Australia's Edgbaston hoodoo

Ahead of England’s World Cup semi-final clash against Australia, the International Cricket Council (ICC) and England & Wales Cricket Board (ECB) celebrated the impact that the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup has had in inspiring young people – with over one million children aged 5-12 connecting with the sport.Ahead of England’s World Cup semi-final clash against Australia, the International Cricket Council (ICC) and England & Wales Cricket Board (ECB) celebrated the impact that the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup has had in inspiring young people – with over one million children aged 5-12 connecting with the sport.

#CWC19 helps to inspire 1 million future players & fans

"We're a different sort of animal compared to our last team. And we feel on our day if we play some good cricket we can beat anyone in the world," said Liam Plunkett. "We're a different sort of animal compared to our last team. And we feel on our day if we play some good cricket we can beat anyone in the world," said Liam Plunkett.

Eoin Morgan’s England ‘a different animal’, says Liam Plunkett | Sports News, The Indian Express

Australia have drafted in wicketkeeper-batsman Matthew Wade as replacement for injured Usman Khawaja ahead of Thursday's Cricket World Cup semifinal against England.Australia have drafted in wicketkeeper-batsman Matthew Wade as replacement for injured Usman Khawaja ahead of Thursday's Cricket World Cup semifinal against England.

Australia's Wade replaces injured Khawaja | SuperSport