MELBOURNE, Australia - The venue for the 2015 Cricket World Cup final hasn't been decided, but New Zealand Prime Minister John Key is tipping it'll likely be in Australia.

Key and his Australian counterpart, Julia Gillard, met Saturday to promote the 14-country tournament which will be hosted by both countries. Dates and venues have not yet been decided by the International Cricket Council and the organizing committee.

Key said as much as he'd prefer the final to be held in New Zealand, "recognizing the size of the facilities here in Australia, I'd be very surprised if the final wasn't held in Australia."

When Australia and New Zealand co-hosted the 1992 tournament, the final won by Pakistan was held at the 100,000-seat Melbourne Cricket Ground.

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