Live cricket score: New Zealand vs England, 3rd Test at Auckland — Day 5

New Zealand are in a commanding position going into the final day of the match © Getty Images

Auckland: Mar 26, 2013

New Zealand will look to bowl out England to win the third Test and the series on Day Five, even as the visitors chase a world-record target.

Kane Williamson struck twice in quick succession to leave England reeling at 90-4 at stumps on Day Four, as the tourists need a further 391 runs to win in the third and final Test.

On a day that belonged to the Black Caps, with recalled batsman Peter Fulton blasting his second century of the match, England made a disastrous start to the daunting run chase on a turning Eden Park wicket.

By the close of play they were batting for survival with any hope of an unlikely victory long gone, and even a draw looking improbable.

For England to win, they would have to post the most successful fourth-innings chase in Test history. The current record is held by the West Indies, who scored 418 for seven to beat Australia at Antigua in 2003.

Brief Scores: New Zealand 443 and 241 for 6 decl. ( Peter Fulton 110*, Brendon McCullum 67*; Stuart Broad 2 for 54) lead England 204 (Matt Prior 73, Joe Root 45; Trent Boult 6 for 68) and 90 for 4 (Alastair Cook 43, Jonathan Trott 37; Kane Williamson 2 for 5) by 391 runs.

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