That's the way to end it, Morgan puts it away for a boundary and England have absolutely bossed the chase here. They win this one easily by 8 wickets. Absolutely dominant from England this and they are heading to Lord's. First final since ! Roy departs and he's furious.
The three-times runners-up are now firm favourites to land the trophy for the first time on Sunday, having thrashed the Black Caps by runs in the group stage, and head to the home of cricket on the back of a sensational performance at Edgbaston.
Chris Woakes, Jofra Archer and Adil Rashid performed wonders with the ball after Australia chose to bat first, reducing the visitors to 14 for three in a frenzied opening burst and ultimately restricting them to a lacklustre all out. England would have been mindful that they were bowled out for and beaten by the same attack last month, but Jason Roy missed that game with a torn hamstring and his brilliant 85 put the game beyond a shellshocked Australia, who went down with balls remaining.
Having already thrashed nine fours and five sixes, he would surely have gone on to a career-best hundred had he not been robbed in messy circumstances. Given caught behind despite making no contact with the ball, he instantly called for a review only to belatedly realise Jonny Bairstow had already used it up.
The sour tone of his dismissal cannot detract from his outstanding efforts, which almost single-handedly banished England's concerns about chasing, nor from the raucous celebrations which followed on the back of a decisive stand of 79 between Joe Root 49 not out and Eoin Morgan 45 not out.
Archer and Woakes also excelled, taking two for 32 and three for 20, while Rashid bagged three scalps in his best display to date.
Cricket coverage moves to More 4 at 1. I'm sure he'll play. It stopped swinging pretty early so I just went to the cross- and quarter-seam balls to get something off the wicket. It nipped off the pitch more than it swung. And some news for non Sky subscribers World Cup final will be available to watch on channel 4 and more 4 on Sunday.
I'd like to thank the fans. Their support has been exemplary. Today was his day, him and Jofra was outstanding and the guys who came behind backed them up. Jason and Jonny are in the form of their lives.
If they get in they take advantage of it. I was six when England played in the final in I don't remember it but I've seen the highlights.
It's an opportunity for us, a huge one. Where we were in and where we're going on Sunday - getting there is awesome and everyone in the dressing room should take great credit for it. Making the most of the opportunity for us on Sunday would be fantastic.
The way they set the tone with the ball, there was no coming back for that. They bowled a great length.
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We've come a long way from where we were last year. You always want to win but there's definitely been some positives, a lot of backs to the wall, a lot of character over the past few months, significant progress made but it still hurts. We got hurt by a very, very good team.
Incredible performance from the whole team. It wasn't a bad wicket, we found the right length and when we kept the pressure on, they had to rebuild and rebuild. When you're chasing a small total, getting off to a flyer makes all the difference.
We have one game to play, hopefully we can go all the way. How fitting that Eoin Morgan should hit the winning runs He has led the revolution and deserves all the praise he receives. An absolute trouncing of the holders by a ruthlessly brilliant England performance.
OVER He pitches up and Root fillets a drive fine of point for four. He pulls the next, a bouncer, to the midwicket sweeper for a single. Three to get. Morgan digs out the yorker to cover and hares a single.
Double Nelson. Two to get. Maxwell makes a fine diving stop at backward point to save four off the last ball. England need two off balls. England now need nine to win. Three Lions resounds around the ground.
Root skelps a full toss down to fine leg for a single and they now need eight off balls. It's been a massacre. Root reverse sweeps Lyon for four more then works a single into the on-side off the back foot to pinch the strike. Thirteen off the over.
Root pushes a single down to long-on. Morgan sweeps hard, nailing the next for four and follows it by pasting a cut for another. Morgan goes on the charge, Lyon digs it in shorter and quicker and the batsman chips a cut that dies in front of short third man. England need 27 off balls to make their fourth World Cup final and first for 27 years.
Morgan tries to hit him over cover, slices it, splitting the blade of his bat in the process, and runs two. Cummins and Starc have the pace to make Morgan quake when they target his body.
Behrendorff doesn't and Morgan swivels on to a pull and thwacks it for four. Morgan lines up a reverse sweep but misses. He dabs the last down to third man for two. England need 46 off balls. He ends the over with a single driven short of mid-off.