At stumps on Day Four of the first Lord’s Test, New Zealand were 62 for two in their second innings against England.
Having taken a 103-run first-innings lead earlier in the day, the visitors now have a total lead of 165 runs, going in the final day’s play.
Tom Latham was batting on 30 and Tom Latham was unbeaten on two.
New Zealand had scored 378 in their first innings.
Earlier, New Zealand pacer Tim Southee captured his 12th five-wicket haul to bowl out England for 275 in their first innings, despite opener Rory Burns’s century. Southee finished with six for 43, his second five-wicket haul at Lord’s.