A very typical James Franklin knock there: 14 from 28. Now it's up to the Brothers McCullum.
100 finally up for New Zealand. And that was also Swann's 100th ODI wicket.
Fine work from whoever's in charge of the music at Eden Park. SInce Nathan McCullum joined Brendon at the crease, we've had the Dire Straits' 'Brothers in arms' and the Hollies' 'He ain't heavy, he's my brother'.
A quick end to the brotherly-themed songs, as Nathan edges one from Finn to the greatful hands of Alastair Cook at first slip.
Nathan gone for 4 and now Andrew Ellis joins the captain at the crease.
New Zealand certainly seem unlikely to add the English to the South African scalp they claimed last month. It will take an explosion from McCullum and a determined bowling effort to make this game competitive.
The explosion for Baz seems to have started. Two fours and a six has seen him take 14 from three Finn deliveries.
Finn's rattled. He abandons his run up, then sends one well down leg side for a wide.
What do we reckon, people? Personally, the way England batted in Napier on Wednesday suggests to me this will be an early night. Hit 'comment now' to give Pete some advice.
Though he is hanging around to check the new ball #desperate
The ball is legitimate and the Black Caps have lost their eighth wicket.
Broad takes grabs his second and Woakes takes the catch in the deep. McCullum running out of partners.
That's Brendon Barrie's 25th one-day half-century.
Trapped in front by Woakes and an easy decision for Gaffaney.
New Zealand down to their last pair: McCullum and Southee with nine-plus overs to see out.
I think the Black Caps need all the runs they can get at this point. And Southee is no mug with the bat, as his first boundary has just illustrated.
McCullum takes 11 from that Woakes over, hitting his fourth six and keeping the strike with a single from the final ball.