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    England want to make the most of good batting conditions before the pitch possibly deteriorates in the first test against New Zealand in Mount Maunganui

    England want to make the most of good batting conditions before the pitch possibly deteriorates in the first test against New Zealand in Mount Maunganui


    The tourists resume in a strong position on 241 for 4 with allrounder Ben Stokes holing the key, unbeaten on 67.

    Opening batsman Rory Burns says the pitch will become harder to bat on as the test goes on.



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