England face New Zealand in the World Cup final at Lord's on Sunday, with both nations seeking their first World Cup win
Morgan v Williamson – Looking at history
Eoin Morgan and Kane Williamson both get the opportunity to end up national legends by driving their groups to World Cup wonder just because.
Britain have delighted in a sensational restoration in fortunes since their limp first-round exit in 2015 with Morgan in charge, mixing his side with a dauntless methodology.
The 32-year-old batsman, who scored an unbeaten 45 in the hosts' lowering of Australia on Thursday, has encouraged his side to hold onto their minute.
"I believe Sunday's not multi day to avoid, it's daily to anticipate," he said.
Williamson, whose group lost vigorously to Britain in the gathering stage, attempted to keep his players quiet after New Zealand's staggering triumph over India in the principal semi-last on Wednesday.
"Anyone can beat anyone," he said. "It's significant that feet are on the ground and we anticipate that challenge."
With two centuries and two fifties in his eight innings, Williamson has shown others how its done with his rich batting and sharp perusing of the game.
Batting incredible Sachin Tendulkar said Williamson's "captaincy and poise" had a key impact in the triumph over India.
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