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Kiwis, Aussies fight for crown today

 MELBOURNE, March 28 – It will be the biggest day in the history of Trans-Tasman cricketing rivalry when four-time champions Australia will be pitted against a highly committed bunch from New Zealand in the final of the cricket World Cup at the iconic MCG here tomorrow, reports PTI.

New Zealand, who have qualified for the summit clash for the first time in 11 editions, will take on Australia who not only have the highest number of world titles, but also would be competing in the final for the seventh time starting from their first in 1975.

Home side captain Michael Clarke’s retirement from the ODIs after tomorrow’s grand finale will provide a touch of emotion to the Australians who will want to present a ‘farewell’ gift to their inspirational skipper by lifting the trophy.

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