Alastair Cook hopes England can take the momentum from their second innings at Dunedin into the next Test.
England skipper Alastair Cook is looking at the positives as his side prepare to play New Zealand in the second Test of the series.
Cook’s team were outplayed in much of the first Test with only a good second innings from England’s batsmen saving the side from defeat.
Yet the captain is looking for England to take the momentum from that second innings straight into the next Test at Wellington and thinks his side can put up more of a fight.
The third Test starts at 9.30pm GMT tonight.