<div class="img-caption-wrap "> <img alt="Doug Bracewell's four-wicket haul puts Kiwis in control against Derbyshire" src="https://st2.cricketcountry.com/wp-content/uploads/cricket/image_20130506152644.jpg" title="Doug Bracewell's four-wicket haul puts Kiwis in control against Derbyshire" /> <p class="imgcaptionnew" style="width:618px;"> Doug Bracewell had missed the home series against England due to a foot injury © Getty Images (File Photo)</p> </div> <br /> <br /> <strong>London: May 6, 2013</strong><br /> <br /> <a href="/tags/Doug-Bracewell/post" target="_blank">Doug Bracewell</a> claimed an impressive four-wicket haul on the second day of New Zealand's warm-up match with <a href="/tags/Derbyshire/post" target="_blank">Derbyshire</a> on Sunday to strengthen his claim for a place in the tourists' Test side.<br /> <br /> Having declared on 289 for five on day one, New Zealand bowled the English county side out for 154 as Bracewell finished with figures of four for 28.<br /> <br /> By the close of play, they were 199 for five in their second innings — a lead of 334 — thanks mainly to an unbroken century stand from BJ Watling (61) and Tom Latham (47).<br /> <br /> Bracewell missed England's tour of <a href="/tags/New-Zealand/post" target="_blank">New Zealand</a> after cutting his foot on some glass as he cleaned up after a party and is now hoping to force his way into the team for the forthcoming two-Test series with Alastair Cook's men.<br /> <br /> "I was looking forward to the previous series and I felt my form was pretty good going in, so I was gutted," he said.<br /> <br /> "There was a few stories but I just stood on a piece of glass while I was cleaning up. I had a few mates round the night before and it happened in the morning. It was pretty bad luck, really. A silly little thing like that to make you miss three Tests, important Tests, is pretty annoying.<br /> <br /> "Neil [Wagner] has come in and taken wickets, so credit to him, but every game you play you're trying to prove a point. That's what I'm trying to do. I'm pretty happy with my performance today. It was good to get some overs under my belt."<br /> <br /> New Zealand play the first Test against England at Lord's on May 16.