Result: England in command as New Zealand battle to save Test

Result: England in command over New Zealand in Wellington
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England end day three of the second Test in a commanding position over New Zealand thanks to Stuart Broad.

England are in a commanding position over New Zealand at the end of day three of the second Test at Wellington.

The Kiwis were forced to follow on after being bowled for 254 despite resistance from Brendon McCullum and BJ Watling, who scored 69 and 60 respectively.

Stuart Broad led the England attack taking 6-51, while Steven Finn and James Anderson were also amongst the wickets.

New Zealand made a solid start to their second innings, ending the day 77-1 with Peter Fulton and Kane Williamson at the crease.

Monty Panesar got the only wicket to fall as he snared Hamish Rutherford, who was caught at leg-slip by Ian Bell for just 15.

Stuart Broad
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