Tickets for Sunday’s ICC Women’s World Cup Final featuring hosts England, have now sold out with more than 26,500 expected to be in attendance at Lord's.
The match will be the climax of a month long tournament featuring the top eight teams in the world with England one of the two finalists following their nail-biting semi-final victory over South Africa on Tuesday.
Defending champions Australia and India will battle it out for the other spot in Sunday's final on Wednesday.
With the final set to be the biggest crowd to have attended an ICC Women’s World Cup, the Home of Cricket is a fitting host for the tournament’s conclusion.
The competition has been a thrilling watch thus far, with 12 players from seven teams averaging more than 50 while 14 innings have passed the 250 mark.
Sunday’s conclusion will be the second time Lord's has hosted the Women's World Cup Final and first since 1993, when England lifted the trophy after beating New Zealand.
Further details of the final can be found below.