Upon England reaching the Cricket World Cup final, it was announced the match would be made free to watch.
Sky Sports, who owns the broadcasting rights to the tournament, struck an agreement with Channel 4 to share the coverage.
However, Channel 4 also has live coverage of the British Grand Prix from Silverstone.
England vs New Zealand will jump from Channel 4 to More 4 today at 1.15pm.
It will then revert back after the race finishes.
How to watch the Cricket World Cup final on More 4
More 4 is a Freeview channel in the UK.
The channel number is 18 and is also available through Sky on channel 138 and Virgin Media channel 203.
Fans can also stream the action on More 4 by downloading the All 4 app, which is available across a host of devices.
Captain Eoin Morgan has praised the support for England over the course of the World Cup.
He said: “It’s on terrestrial television around the country and obviously various outlets online and that presents a huge opportunity for us to sell this great game.
“The support we have had has been unquestionable, as a team that makes you feel lucky to be a part of the team with that sort of support.
“This presents a huge opportunity to sell the game on a huge platform, it’s going all around the country.”
Lord’s is Morgan’s home ground as a Middlesex player, and he added: “I am personally relaxed.
“It’s nice to be home. I’m excited. We’re going to enjoy the game regardless. It’s a World Cup final and we’re not going to shy away.”
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