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England Strike Late to Seize Control of Headingley Test

Earlier, England scored a spirited six-wicket victory against New Zealand to keep the series alive. The visitors were 167-5 at the time of rain stopping play on day three. Tom Latham scored 76 before he was bowled after tea. The English innings was well on track to post a big total, and the visitors remain on course for a 3-0 series win.

England have been aggressive with the bat, and Joe Root and Tom Curran have shown their ability to score runs with calculated aggression. However, they will face a tough seam attack against New Zealand today. After tea, England will resume play at 12 p.m. BST. If England have their way, this is a chance to get a series win against the Kiwis at Headingley.

New Zealand were set a big target for the last Test at Headingley. But the visitors were unable to make it past that. Earlier in the day, Kane Williamson made a century and Tom Latham scored a half-century. However, England bowled them out for just 57, as New Zealand’s batting line-up had failed to score a century.

The first two tests of the series have ended in a draw. After two defeats at Trent Bridge, England have an unbeaten record against the Indians at Headingley. But a shaky start in the last test at Trent Bridge made England’s victory in the first test a distant dream. They are on track to win all three tests on home soil for the first time since beating India 4-0 in 2011.

In the 48th over, England are 251-3. Root cuts Southee to mid-on to bring up his first century for England. After the dismissal, Southee takes his next delivery and sends it back to the boundary. It’s a crucial moment for England – and for the series. If England can defend this score, they will be able to win the series in three innings.

After batting overnight, England were set a target of 264-6 and were expected to win comfortably. However, their innings stalled after James Overton edged Trent Boult to Daryl Mitchell at first slip. The pair rescued England and managed to reach a score of 546-6. Overton hit 13 fours and two sixes in 136 balls. Stuart Broad made a crucial 36-ball 42. During his knock, he targeted Trent Boult and then punished him.

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