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Jos Buttler struck a quickfire 66 to give England the advantage against Sri LankaGetty Images

England are one game away from a second World T20 final appearance, but face a daunting task against the only unbeaten team in the tournament in New Zealand. Eoin Morgan's side crashed to defeat against West Indies in their opening match but showed plenty of character to chase down a world record score against South Africa in Mumbai. Back-to-back wins against Afghanistan and Sri Lanka followed to help England qualify for their first World Cup semi-final since their 2010 World T20 triumph in the Caribbean.

They are backed at 11/10 by Betfair to inflict a first defeat on New Zealand in the tournament.

New Zealand have swept aside all-comers in their World T20 campaign, including a crushing win against hosts India in Nagpur. Between Nathan McCullum, Mitchell Santner and Ish Sodhi, the Black Caps arguably boast the most potent spin attack in the tournament. They are priced at 10/11 to down England and reach their first World T20 final.

Joe Root is 10/3 to top score in the match for England, the same price as Alex Hales. Wicket-keeper Jos Buttler top-scored against Sri Lanka with a quick-fire 66 and is placed at 5/1 to repeat the feat in the semis. Martin Guptill and Kane Williamson are evenly priced at 3/1 to lead with the bat for the Black Caps.

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