Australia are ahead on the head-to-head count, with 81 wins to England's 61.
When they face the Aussies at the iconic Lord’s stadium, expect England to go in all guns blazing. They can’t afford many more slip-ups. This time they are the favourites and would want to go all the way and lift their first World Cup. They face Australia, India and New Zealand—teams they have not defeated at a World Cup since 1992.
The Aussies, on the other hand, feel really confident. They are second on the points table with five wins in six matches. Their openers Aaron Finch and David Warner are in sublime form. Their lead pacer Mitchell Starc is the joint-leading wicket taker at the World Cup with Jofra Archer and Mohammad Amir. Not to forget, Marcus Stoinis' return has further bolstered the team's balance.