Matthew Potts has done the trick. England are absolutely elated with that wicket as their arch-nemesis Daryl Mitchell walks back to the pavilion on 56. He won't get his fourth hundred of the series as he is trapped leg-before-wicket. The batsman challenges the on-field call but it's plumb. The 113-run stand is broken with the lead being 243 runs so New Zealand will be hoping they can somehow take it beyond 300. The pair added 93 for the sixth wicket prior to Lunch and batted out the entire morning session without losing a wicket.