奧利-波普（Ollie Pope）81分未出局，喬-羅特（Joe Root）55分不敗，在亞歷克斯-里斯（Alex Lees）9分被擊出，扎克-克勞利（Zak Crawley）25分被瘋狂抓住之後，他們取得了132分。
在下午的比賽中，米切爾在56歲時被令人印象深刻的馬修-波茨（Matthew Potts）擊倒，隨後傑克-利奇（Jack Leach）拿下了最後4個小門，獲得了5-66分，這是他在測試中第一次獲得10個小門。
新西蘭唯一的旋轉器，兼職的邁克爾-布萊斯韋爾（Michael Bracewell）沒有發揮作用，縫合員特倫特-布爾（Trent Boult）和蒂姆-蘇西（Tim Southee）由於缺乏運動和平整的場地而被閹割。
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England need 113 runs with eight wickets in hand to complete another superb final-day victory against New Zealand in the third Test at Headingley.
Ollie Pope made 81 not out and Joe Root an unbeaten 55, putting on 132 after Alex Lees was run out for nine and Zak Crawley caught for a frantic 25.
After chasing 277 in the first Test and breathlessly pursuing 299 to win the second, victory in Leeds will give England a 3-0 series clean sweep over the World Test champions.
They would have hoped to earn themselves a smaller target when New Zealand resumed on 168-5 - 137 ahead - but were thwarted by Tom Blundell's 88 not out.
Blundell, who overturned an lbw decision on 52 and was dropped on 67, combined with Daryl Mitchell yet again for their fourth century stand of the series.
Mitchell fell lbw for 56 to the impressive Matthew Potts 50 minutes into the afternoon session before Jack Leach took the last four wickets to claim 5-66 and his first 10-wicket match haul in Tests.
If England pull off the win they will become the first team to chase 250 three times in a row.
A full house is expected on Monday after Yorkshire followed the lead of Nottinghamshire, the hosts of the second Test, in allowing spectators in for free to watch this energised England side attempt to do so.
Before this series, when England had won only one of their past 17 Tests, a chase of almost 300 would have looked way beyond them.
But they have been transformed under new coach Brendon McCullum and captain Ben Stokes to the point that anything now looks possible.
At Trent Bridge last week they had 72 overs to chase 299 and did so in 50.
With four sessions to reach their target on this occasion, they batted in slightly more measured fashion but still eased along at more than four an over, Joe Root reverse sweeping his first ball and later playing an outrageous scoop for six off pace bowler Neil Wagner.
New Zealand's only spinner, part-timer Michael Bracewell, was ineffective and seamers Trent Boult and Tim Southee were neutered by a lack of movement and a flat pitch.
Showers are forecast on Monday morning, but there should still be time for either side to force a win.
Root and Pope cruise after Crawley fails again
In truth, England would not have wanted the close to have come because Pope and Root were cruising in late-evening sunshine against bedraggled opponents hurt by the decision to leave out frontline spinner Ajaz Patel.
Both batters nicked between wicketkeeper and first slip off Bracewell's off-spin but otherwise were comfortable.
Pope batted at a spritely pace, as he did in his 145 in the second Test, and drove elegantly through the covers.
He also brought composure to proceedings after a frantic start during which Lees was run out in the fifth over after a mix-up with Crawley, who himself played an innings that summed up his international career.
Crawley was dropped on nought playing a wild drive, cracked four elegant fours in one Boult over and then carelessly tried to hit Bracewell out of the rough to be caught at extra cover. He ended the series without a fifty.
Shortly after, New Zealand burned two reviews in consecutive balls to try to dismiss Root lbw, but on both occasions the ball hit him outside the line of off stump.
If the match seems to be following the pattern of the previous two Tests, the first session was also very familiar.
England were resolutely blunted by Mitchell and Blundell, who became only the fifth pair to share four century stands in a series. Blundell's haul of 383 runs is the best by a visiting wicketkeeper in England.
He was left stranded when, after Mitchell perished playing across the line, the lower order tried to attack.
Leach profited as Bracewell swiped to deep mid-wicket, Tim Southee was bowled and Neil Wagner was caught between the legs of wicketkeeper Sam Billings, who was rushed into the game as a Covid-19 replacement for Ben Foakes.
Leach ended with match figures of 10-166 to become the first England spinner to take 10 in a Test since Moeen Ali five years ago.
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