Jason Roy smashed a superb half-century as England knocked out Australia by eight wickets in Thursday's World Cup semifinal at Edgbaston.
The win booked the hosts a spot in Sunday’s final at Lord’s against New Zealand at 11.30am.
After winning the toss, Oz decided to bat first and instantly regretted that decision when captain Aaron Finch was trapped LBW by Jofra Archer in the second over for a duck.
Star batsman David Warner followed his captain shortly afterwards when he was caught by Jonny Bairstow off the bowling of Chris Woakes for 9.
Before they knew it, Australia were on 14/3 before Steve Smith (85) and Alex Carey (46) steadied the ship somewhat.
The Aussies ended on 223 all out.
England knew the game was theirs to lose. And from the first ball they went all out to claim their place at Lord’s.
Opener Roy was at his destructive best, scoring 85 runs off just 65 balls and shared a first- wicket stand of 124 with Bairstow (34).
Roy departed when he was given out caught behind even though he never touched the ball, but he couldn't review it after Bairstow had used up the quota.
Eion Morgan (45*) and Joe Root (49*) steered their team home with 107 balls left.