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Lord’s; Scorecard

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  1. Jonathan Agnew

    BBC cricket correspondent

    There is that possibility the ball could move around here and a couple of batsmen nick off early, for both sides.

  2. Jonathan Agnew

    BBC cricket correspondent

    You just feel this is such an important day for English cricket. For New Zealand too, of course. But you feel this is crucial, perhaps for the future of cricket in this country.

    There will be so many people watching the sport on free to air TV for the first time.

  3. Post update

    The toss will take place at 10:15 BST.

  4. BreakingStart delayed

  5. Post update

    Almost time for the toss. Biggest one of Eoin Morgan’s career.

    And it’s all down to chance…

  6. Post update

    That’s the atmosphere sorted then!

    The members will be chanting their heads off by 11am.


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    These lads have already been chucked out of a pub on Baker Street for being too rowdy.

  7. The Barmy Army are in!

    Joe Wilson

    BBC News sports correspondent

    ‘Barmy Army’ fans group have been able to buy more than a hundred tickets after the
    ICC allocated them a block in the ground.

    This is an effort to create an atmosphere at the Cricket
    World Cup final similar to the one at Edgbaston in the semi-final, where the ICC
    were impressed by the English fans singing and support.