New Zealand's rugby sevens team has claimed a place in the Commonwealth Games final, after a 33-12 semi-final win against England in Delhi.
New Zealand lead 12-nil at half-time, after two tries from the captain DJ Forbes.
New Zealand's Tomasi Cama scored shortly after the half-time break, before England scored a runaway try to make it 19-7 with four minutes remaining.
But New Zealand refused to ease up, and Lote Raikabula and Tomasi Cama both crossed the line to put the win beyond doubt.
England scored a consolation try after the full-time hooter to make it 33-12 at full-time.
New Zealand, who've won the past three Commonwealth titles, will play Australia for the gold medal, after they defeated South Africa 17-7 in the other semi-final.
The final will kick-off at about quarter-past 12.