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England vs New Zealand 2nd Test Live Streaming, Day 4 – 2013

England vs New Zealand 2nd Test Day 3 Highlights. England vs New Zealand Day 3 Highlights of 2nd Test Match playing on 16 March 2013. Enjoy Live Cricket Streaming of England vs New Zealand 2nd  Test live Broadcasting at Neo Prime and Sky Sports1. Watch New Zealand vs England 2nd Test Day 3 Live Cricket Streaming 2013.

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England remain in full command of the second test against New Zealand in Wellington. New Zealand are still trailing by 134 runs, with nine wickets in hand in their follow-on innings.

Kane Williamson and Peter Fulton will resume New Zealand’s innings on day four. Hamish Rutherford found out that test cricket isn’t as easy as it was in his first innings of the first test when he scored his maiden ton. The Black caps will really have to dig in on day four, captain McCullum continued his good run of form, and was well supported by Watling, but they need the rest of the team to come to the part. England had  hero in the form of Steven Finn, when they played out a draw in the first test, New Zealand will be in search of a similar performance, question is who will put their hands up?

A welcome return for Stuart Broad with a six wickets haul in the first innings, will be welcoming to England. They will be looking to their pace attack to finish off the Kiwis on day four. James Anderson was expected to do well in the conditions, and was perhaps a bit rusty in the first innings. He again didn’t look very threatening in the second innings, but perhaps with a  few over under his belt, he might be a different proposition on day four.

If the weather Gods play along, England should wrap this up on day four, they have the strike power, question is does New Zealand have the patience to play out a draw?

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