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England prepare for the final day

England's players convene for the familiar huddle, and try to work out how to get 10 New Zealand wickets quickly and cheaply

Aaron Redmond

England capture the early wicket of Aaron Redmond, who has an unhappy Test debut with scores of 0 and 17

Stuart Broad

Having caught one at slip, Andrew Strauss drops a straightforward chance in the same spot, much to the chagrin of Stuart Broad

Steve Bucknor and Simon Taufel

England request a change of ball and, after consultation, umpires Steve Bucknor and Simon Taufel agree

Ryan Sidebottom

The change brings immediate results as Ryan Sidebottom swings one in to trap James Marshall lbw and make it 52-2

Monty Panesar

After having numerous appeals rejected Monty Panesar can finally celebrate in his inimitable style as he ousts Ross Taylor. 99-3

Brendon McCullum

England's hopes of a surprise win are lifted when Brendon McCullum is forced to retire hurt after being hit painfully on the arm

Jacob Oram and Daniel Flynn

Left-handers of contrasting size and style Jacob Oram and Daniel Flynn lead the Kiwis towards safety with a century partnership

Jacob Oram

Oram regains his form with some big shots, launching Kevin Pietersen into the pavilion, and completes his fifth Test century

Paul Collingwood, Ryan Sidebottom and Jacob Oram

Sidebottom finally dismisses Oram for 101 but the big left-hander has put New Zealand in a safe position, 227 runs ahead

Steve Bucknor checks his trusty light meter

Appropriately enough for this Test, the light meter has the final say, New Zealand accept the offer, and the match is declared a draw

see also
First Test day four photos
18 May 08 |  England
First Test day three photos
17 May 08 |  England
First Test day two photos
16 May 08 |  England
First Test day one photos
15 May 08 |  England
England in New Zealand 2008
03 Jul 07 |  Cricket

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