New Zealand going steady against England

NZ's Kane Williamson drives a shot against South Africa in a one-day international on January 22, 2013
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New Zealand head into lunch on day four needing 58 more runs to make England bat again in their second Test match in Wellington.

New Zealand have headed into lunch on day four of their second Test match against England on 153-2.

The Kiwis started the day on 77-1 and added 76 runs for the loss of one more wicket in the morning session at Wellington.

Peter Fulton was the only casualty for New Zealand, as he was dismissed by James Anderson for 45 runs.

However, Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor steadied the innings for the hosts, with the former remaining unbeaten on 51 runs and the latter 36 not out at lunch.

As it stands, New Zealand trail England by 58 runs.

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