It's not just for this World Cup, it's for the future.
TAB bookie Mark Stafford said the biggest bet they've had on the final so far is $10,000 for a Black Caps victory, which is paying $3.35.
But could it finally be England's year?
The ICC World Cup 2019 final between England and New Zealand got off to a sensational start as the match ball was handed over to the umpires by the Red Devils, the British Army's Parachute Regiment display team, at the iconic Lord's Cricket Ground in London on Sunday.More news: Negotiations Between House Dems and Mueller 'BREAKDOWN,' Testimony Possibly Delayed
There are also plenty of individual bets coming in, a lot of them on skipper Kane Williamson.
The final starts at 9.30pm and will screen on both Sky and free to air on Prime.
Kane Williamson, replying to a query on whether his team has embraced the tag of underdogs during Saturday's press conference on eve of the World Cup final, said he believes that anybody can beat anybody. "I think it's important to recognise the work that has been done and the foundations that have been laid.
(Smiling) Underdogs? Look, we are really looking forward to the occasion and, like I say, the end point and the result, there's a lot of time between now and that point", said Williamson in a more serious tone.More news: Epstein 'tried to lead witnesses with payout'
"Whether having had experience in a final or not is a good thing. Wish you all the best on behalf of the All Blacks".
"But at the same time, as we know in this game nothing promises, so it does come down to putting a performance on the board that gives us the best opportunity to win".
"I think if you are focussing on what you need to do as a group and the cricket that you want to play, then making those adjustments [is possible]".
"We have done it on a number of occasions but we will have to be good at doing that tomorrow (Sunday)".More news: Amir Khan Too Big, Too Fast - Puts Away Billy Dib in Four