Broad's six leaves NZ in tatters

Broad's six leaves NZ in tatters

Peter Fulton and Kane Williamson guided New Zealand through to 77 for one in their second innings at the close of play on the third day of the second Test at the Basin Reserve on Saturday though England were firmly in control of the match.  

Fulton was on 41 while Williamson was 16 not out as the hosts were still 134 runs from
making England bat again and needing the rain predicted for late on Sunday to arrive earlier than expected to save the match.

While showers are predicted late on the fourth day, New Zealand's MetService has forecast persistent rain for the Wellington region throughout Monday.
England captain Alastair Cook had enforced the follow-on after bowling New Zealand out for 254 shortly before tea, with the hosts 12 runs short of the required target to put the tourists back in to bat and well adrift of England's 465.

Score board

ENGLAND (I Innings): 465

NEW ZEALAND (I Innings, O/n: 66/3):

Fulton c Cook b Anderson    1
Rutherford c Cook b Broad    23
Williamson c&b Broad    42
Taylor b Broad    0
Brownlie lbw Anderson    18
McCullum c Trott b Finn    69
Watling c Prior b Broad    60
Southee c Broad b Finn    3
Martin (not out)    21
Wagner c Prior b Broad    0
Boult c Prior b Broad    2

Extras (LB-10, W-2, NB-3)    15

Total (all out, 89.2 overs)    254

Fall of wickets: 1-6, 2-48, 3-48, 4-85, 5-89, 6-189, 7-197, 8-239, 9-252.

Bowling: Anderson 25-6-68-2, Finn 20-2-72-2, Broad 17.2-2-51-6, Panesar 26-11-47-0, Root 1-0-6-0.

NEW ZEALAND (II Innings, f/o):

Fulton (batting)    41
Rutherford c Bell b Panesar    15
Williamson (batting)    16

Extras (W-5)    5

Total (for 1 wkt, 33 overs)    77

Fall of wickets: 1-25.

Bowling: Anderson 5-1-15-0, Broad 7-3-14-0, Finn 7-1-30-0, Panesar 12-8-13-1, Trott 2-0-5-0.