Stuart Broad says England have their work cut out to force victory over New Zealand in the second Test on a pitch that remains good for batting.
Broad’s six-wicket haul in the hosts’ 254 all out allowed England to enforce the follow-on, but New Zealand rallied to close day three on 77-1, 134 behind.
Broad said: “It’s a good batting track. Our batsmen came off and said we’d have to bowl very well to get 20 wickets.
“We know it’s going to be hard work but we are prepared for that.” Read more
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