England limp to 213 all out in their second innings of the first Test against New Zealand, leaving the tourists a victory target of 239.
England lost their four remaining wickets before lunch on day four of the first Test against New Zealand this morning, leaving the tourists a winning target of 239 runs at Lord's.
The hosts began the day on 180-6 but soon lost nightwatchman Steven Finn for just six, before the only recognised batsman Ian Bell also departed for the same score.
Tim Southee's delivery was mishit by Bell and it carried to Dean Brownlie at third slip with England on 200-8.
That left Graeme Swann and Stuart Broad at the crease and Swann was only able to add one run to the score before he also fell to Southee, picking up his sixth wicket of the innings.
England were all out for 213 before midday as last man James Anderson found Southee in the deep off Kane Williamson.
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