New Zealand will hope for their fast bowlers to blow England away with pace when Day 3 of the2nd Test match between New Zealand and England commences on November December 1, 2019 (Sunday). The Black Caps’ pacers combined for 17 of the 20 English wickets that fell in the 1st Test, including all 10 in the first innings at the Bay Oval. NZ vs ENG 2nd Test is being played at the Seddon Park in Hamilton. Fans unable to follow Day 1 & 2 of the New Zealand vs England 2nd Test match, can find every information related to the regular live score updates with ball-by-ball commentary details as well as latest scorecard. England were struggling at 39/2 when stumps was called on Day 2. Meanwhile, those searching for the live score updates with ball-by-ball commentary details as well as latest scorecard of New Zealand vs England 2nd Test match please scroll down. New Zealand Vs England, Live Cricket Score 2nd Test Match.
England survived a pace scare towards the end of Day 2 after Tim Southee and Matt Henry had reduced the visitors to 2/24. The home team also dropped opener Rory Burns twice in 10 overs with Southee and Henry being the unlucky bowlers. Southee, who took four wickets in the first innings at Bay Oval, started well after New Zealand declared their innings at 615/9. Southee hit Dom Sibley on the helmet in his second over before trapping the young batsman plumb in front of the wicket. Southee also had Burns dropped off a tough opportunity by Raval at short mid-on. New Zealand vs England 2nd Test Day 3 Latest Live Scorecard.
Earlier Tom Latham scored his 11th Test century, while BJ Watling continued his good form and Daryl Mitchell hit his maiden Test half-century as New Zealand declared at 375 runs. Watling, who scored his maiden double-century, continued his rich form and scored his 18th Test fifty and was also involved in a 120-run stand with Mitchell helping New Zealand breach then 300-run mark. Rory Burns and Joe Root were at the crease when play was called off on Day 2 of the 2nd Test match.
New Zealand: Tom Latham, Jeet Raval, Kane Williamson(c), Ross Taylor, Henry Nicholls, Daryl Mitchell, BJ Watling(w), Mitchell Santner, Matt Henry, Neil Wagner, Tim Southee, Lockie Ferguson, Todd Astle, Tom Blundell.
England: Rory Burns, Dominic Sibley, Joe Denly, Joe Root(c), Ben Stokes, Ollie Pope, Jos Buttler(w), Sam Curran, Jofra Archer, Jack Leach, Stuart Broad, Zak Crawley, Chris Woakes, Jonny Bairstow, Saqib Mahmood, Matthew Parkinson.