ICC Women's World Cup final, North Sydney Oval: England v New Zealand Date:
Sunday, 22 March
2300 GMT (21 March)
Live ball-by-ball commentary on BBC Radio 5 Live Sports Extra and online at bbc.co.uk/cricket (UK only). Live text commentary on BBC Sport website & mobiles. Also live on Sky Sports.
England had not been beaten for 17 games prior to the Australia match
England captain Charlotte Edwards says her players will not be complacent going into Sunday's ICC Women's World Cup final in Sydney.
England take on New Zealand, who they have already beaten in the tournament (match starts 2300 GMT, Saturday).
"They are a good side and we won't underestimate them," insisted Edwards. "We go into the final on par."
England have twice before lifted the World Cup, both times on home soil, in 1973 and again in 1993.
And Edwards is under no illusion as to the importance of the occasion for her and the team.
"Sunday is going to be the biggest day of our lives and we cannot wait for it," she said. "It's going to be a huge game for us and one that we are determined to win."
Edwards also revealed that the side had been boosted by messages of support from counterpart Andrew Strauss.
"Andrew Strauss and (England Lions captain) Rob Key have been in touch. We've had some really nice messages from some of them and it's been a real lift," she said.
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