England beat India by eight wickets just hours after Australia defeated the West Indies to make their fifth World T20 Final. 

"We enjoyed the win, I thought we played well," Australian captain Meg Lanning said.

"At the same time, we were very clear we had one more step to go and we've given ourselves the chance but we need to make sure we get the job done," she said.

It will be the third time the two nations face off in the final, with Australia taking both the 2012 and 2014 Championships against England. At the last edition of the World T20, Australia was able to win by five in the semi-finals against England. 

Away from World T20 it has been mixed results for Lanning's side against England this year having lost to them during a T20I Tri-Series in India in March but in the Final of that Series, Australia was able to bat their way to 209. 

With the teams knowing each other as well as they do, Lanning said there is no chance at hiding.

"There is no hiding anymore," she said.

"Every team knows everything about the individual players and we know each other off the field due to WBBL and KSL.

"We are very aware of the challenge we have in front of us and we are really excited about that," Lanning said.

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