Alison Mitchell, Jim Maxwell and Bryan Waddle preview England v New Zealand in the World Cup final at Lord's as India and Australia bow out in the semi-finals.
How England came back from the brink
England are into the semi-finals of the men's Cricket World Cup after resounding wins over India and New Zealand. We analyse how Eoin Morgan's team went from the brink of elimination to the threshold of glory.
Plus as Australia strike first in the women's Ashes, a former great from each team picks out the players who will shape the latest edition of one of the game's biggest rivalries.
Photo: Eoin Morgan and Mark Wood (Getty Images)
Curtly Ambrose World Cup audience special
Curtly Ambrose and Ebony Rainford-Brent join Alison Mitchell, Charu Sharma and Jim Maxwell at a cricket club in Manchester to discuss the World Cup with a live audience.
Is England's World Cup blip temporary or terminal, can Australia can land a sixth crown, or is fate guiding Pakistan towards a repeat of their triumph in 1992?
Photo: Sir Curtly Ambrose at South-West Manchester Cricket Club (BBC)
Can New Zealand go all the way?
Alison Mitchell, Jim Maxwell and Charu Sharma are all together at Trent Bridge to discuss the Cricket World Cup so far.
How will India cope without Shikhar Dhawan, are New Zealand the dark horses for the competition and how is cricket making a difference in Afghanistan?
We hear from David Warner, Mitchell Santner and fans who have attended some of the matches in the tournament.
Picture: Kane Williamson celebrating after hitting a six against New Zealand (Getty Images)
India v Pakistan: the biggest rivalry in sport?
Can a rare match between archrivals India and Pakistan breathe life into a rain-soaked World Cup?
We're joined by Yuvraj Singh as the India World Cup winner, who overcame cancer, retires from the international game.
And the curious case of the bails that lost their Zing.
Photo: India and Pakistan fans (Getty Images)