WALES will take on England in the World Cup final if they can overcome South Africa tomorrow.

Eddie Jones' men produced a stunning performance to beat New Zealand 19-7 in the first semi-final in Yokohama.

England raced into an early lead thanks to Manu Tuilagi's second-minute try.

Owen Farrell converted and then passed on the kicking duties to George Ford after suffering a dead leg.

The fly-half kicked penalties either side of half-time - after tries by Sam Underhill and Ben Youngs were disallowed by the TMO - but the All Blacks cut the deficit when Ardie Savea snaffled an overthrown lineout.

However, Ford kicked three penalties to secure a famous win for England and inflict a first World Cup loss on New Zealand since losing to France in Cardiff 12 years ago.