‘It’s a great game’: England and New Zealand both eye second Test win

Both England and New Zealand would be dreaming of victory after a high-scoring match at Trent Bridge, in which the Kiwis took a lead of 238 at 224 for seven at stumps.

Michael Bracewell said, “I am sure there will be a result.” “We just want to score as many runs as we can go about taking those 10 wickets.”

After opening the game by calling their opponents to bat and accumulating 553, England looked remarkably modest favorites to win on the final day.

“I think when you’re so far behind you’re not really thinking about the end result, you’re just trying to bat well so as not to lose the game,” Ben Fox said. “But you know things can happen quickly and pitches can get messy.

“It’s a great game. It took a while to get here but there’s a huge potential tomorrow.”

After bowling out England for 539 in the opening hour New Zealand made a cautious start to their second innings, losing five wickets for 110 runs in the final session, giving the game an open blow. Will Young and Tim Southee were both run out en route, while Bracewell made 25 off 17 with a simple catch at mid-on. “We like to play positive as a side and like to win games of cricket and my plan was to go out and be super positive,” Bracewell said.

The 31-year-old debutant had found plenty of encouragement in surface four on day one, adding both Stuart Broad and Jimmy Anderson to the wicket of Ben Stokes, which he took on Sunday, and could have a significant impact with his spin. last day. Kyle Jamieson is unlikely to bowl due to a back injury, he may need to.

He said, ‘I think the wicket is going well for us. “I’m excited to get out there and bowl. The England team might come up with a few different plans for me to play with, so this is my chance to test myself against some of the best players in the world.

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For all England’s much-hyped positivity, New Zealand matched their determination to force a result when they could have easily pushed the game to a standstill. “I think the draw comes in the end if a win is not possible, but vice versa,” Bracewell said.

“Tomorrow if we have to bowl a little more negative at the end of the day, we will play that way, but we are always trying to win games of cricket.” England scored around 400 runs during the third day and would hope to end up with a target they could chase, in the face of an increased crowd by the decision to make tickets available for free. “We want to chase as little as possible, but realistically, how fast it’s scoring, under 300 would be pretty good if we bat really well – and with some guys we’ve got to be in the dressing room. It really can be anything,” Fox said.

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