BJ Watling remained unbeaten on 100 © Getty Images
BJ Watling remained unbeaten on 100 © Getty Images

New Zealand will resume at 338 for six in their second innings with a huge lead against England, on the fourth day of the second and final Test at Headingley in Leeds on Monday.  Live updates: England vs New Zealand, 2nd Test, Day 4 at Headingley

A fine unbeaten century from Bradley-John Watling helped the touring New Zealand side to a huge lead of 338 runs in the second innings, after both the teams ended up at the identical score of 350 in their first essays. Catch live cricket scores of England vs New Zealand, 2nd Test Day 4 at Headingley

Martin Guptill and captain Brendon McCullum slammed half-centuries on the third day, as the Kiwis made giant strides towards a win in this Test, which will help them maintain their unbeaten run in last six Test series. READ: Aggressive New Zealand find an orthodox hero in BJ Watling

England had their hero in Stuart Broad who provided them hopes early in the day with a quickfire knock and then with a couple of wickets, but it was New Zealand who ended up with the upperhand.