- England will head to Lord's bidding to win the 50-over World Cup for the first time, with 2015 runners-up New Zealand, who they thrashed by 119 runs in the group stage, standing between Morgan's men and the trophy.
- England, who were in the semi-finals for the first time since 1992, have lost all three of their World Cup finals.
England booked their place in the World Cup final against New Zealand with a dominant eight-wicket win over reigning champions Australia at Edgbaston on Thursday.
Jason Roy hit a blistering 85 as England reached a victory target of 224 with a mammoth 107 balls to spare after restricting Australia.
Openers Roy and Jonny Bairstow (34) put on 124 for the first wicket, their fourth consecutive century stand.
England, losing finalists in 1979, 1987 and 1992, will now face New Zealand, who have also yet to win the World Cup after finishing runners-up to Australia four years ago, in Sunday's final at Lord's following the Black Caps' surprise semi-final win over India.
"I'm pretty speechless," said man-of-the-match Chris Woakes. "It was an incredible performance from the whole team. It started with the bowling performance and then the way they knocked that off was outstanding.
"There were some nerves around this morning but that's natural going into a semi-final. The way we produced the goods just showed how good we are and where we are at as a team."
Roy, who missed three matches earlier in the tournament with a torn hamstring, was in particularly good form, hitting left-arm fast bowler Mitchell Starc and Nathan Lyon for sixes.
Australia were in desperate need of early wickets after suffering a top-order collapse on the way to being dismissed for 223, with the record five-time champions thankful for Steve Smith's battling 85.
All three of England's defeats this tournament - including a 64-run grou- stage loss to Australia - have come batting second but Roy and Bairstow showed few signs of nerves in Birmingham.
Australia captain Aaron Finch turned to Steve Smith's occasional leg-spin in a desperate bid to break the partnership.