Latest Cricket News Updates Latest news from (c) en-gb Mon 05 Dec 2022 Special feature: Nail-biting draws in Tests Not all Test draws are dull. The tense finish between New Zealand and England at Auckland on Tuesday, when England managed to hang on and save the match in spite of losing nine wickets made for engrossing viewing. Matt Prior showed exceptional mental strength in rescuing England The Auckland Test was a case of so near yet so far for New Zealand as the visiting Englishmen hung on by the scruff off their neck to draw the game, and with it the series, as both the earlier Tests had also ended in stalemates – a rare occurrence in today’s day and age. Prior’s superb ton helps England to pull off remarkable draw in Auckland Test England pulled off a sensational draw in the Third and final Test at the Eden Park in Auckland from a losing position. With the unexpected stalemate, the New Zealand-England series ended with a 0-0 draw. ENG v NZ: England vs New Zealand 3rd Test Live Scores, Squad, Mar 22-26, 2013 England tour of New Zealand 2013, 3rd Test Live Scores, Scorecard: England vs New Zealand at Auckland 22 Mar, 2013. Match Start at 10:30 local time | 21:30 GMT. England make inroads after piling up 465 New Zealand are on the backfoot at 66 for 3 in 33 overs by Stumps on Day 2 of the Second Test at the Basin Reserve in Wellington in reply to England’s first innings total of 465. NZ v Eng: New Zealand Vs England 2nd Test Live Score, Mar 14-18, 2013 Eng tour of NZ 2013, 2nd Test Live Score: New Zealand vs England at Wellington, Mar 14-18, 2013. Eng 465; NZ 66/3 (33.0 Ov); AT Stumps on day 2 New Zealand trail by 399 runs. Compton, Trott tons lay strong foundation for visitors at Wellington Asked to bat first after losing the toss, England lost Alastair Cook with Wellington Test: England, Kiwis must build on Dunedin gains Even though the opening Test between England and New Zealand ended in a stalemate, both sides had their fair shares of gains and minuses. For one, New Zealand would have rued the fact that there was there was no play possible on the opening day of the Test due to rain... Dunedin Test: England showed excellent application in the second innings The first Test between England and New Zealand may have ended in a draw, but there was no shortage of intensity in the game over the five days in Dunedin. The hosts dominated the first half of the Test, following which England were always playing the catch up game.