New Zealand were bowled out for 523, giving them a lead of 134 against England in the First Test.
Kane Williamson top scored for the tourists with 132, before losing his wicket to Moeen Ali.
Debutant Mark Wood impressed in his first outing, picking up three wickets for 93 runs.
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Rangers moved within two games of ending a three-year exile from the Scottish Premiership after holding off Hibernian in their play-off semi-final at Easter Road.
Two goals up from Wednesday's first leg, the Glasgow side could afford to concede Jason Cummings' late strike in the Leith return and hold on for a 1-0 defeat which sees them through to a final showdown against Motherwell with a 2-1 aggregate success.
Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) will start Sunday's Monaco Grand Prix on pole position after finishing fastest in qualifying. His team-mate Nico Rosberg will start second on the grid with Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari) third.
Hull boss Steve Bruce has admitted he never imagined the Tigers would be fighting for their Premier League lives after starting their campaign with arguably the strongest squad in the club's history.
Bruce was widely credited with landing the pick of the transfer deadline day buys with Abel Hernandez, Mohamed Diame, Gaston Ramirez and on-loan Newcastle midfielder Hatem Ben Arfa all arriving at the KC Stadium.
"At the end of August when I looked at the squad I didn't think we would be in this situation. There have been many reasons why but I don't really want to make excuses - this isn't the time for it.
"We've had a tough four or five months with big players not being able to take part but we've got to take it on the chin and accept we haven't been good enough. We've got one last chance to redeem ourselves."
Tim Sherwood is "convinced" star striker Christian Benteke wants to stay at Aston Villa next season.
Speculation over Benteke's future remains despite his agent recently pledging his commitment to the club.
"Christian is only a young man but he's very mature in the way he behaves," he said. "I think he's handled the situation well.
"I have no reason to believe he wants to seek employment elsewhere. He seems to be very happy here and this morning, at training, he was smiling.
"He knows there are big games coming up in Sunday and the cup final and I think he wants to be at this football club. I'm convinced of that."
Arsene Wenger hopes Arsenal can enjoy their final match of the Premier League season against West Brom and get back on the goal trail at the Emirates Stadium.
The Gunners are all but sure of third place, starting the final weekend three points ahead of Manchester United and with a superior goal difference.
It is unusual for us. If you look at the games, we had the chances to score in every single game.
What we want to do is to continue to play our game, but better, quicker, with more movement and then we will score again.
The finishing is in cycles and we have gone through a cycle that is a bit less positive.
However, before we scored goals for fun and I am sure if we just concentrate on the quality of our game that we will score again.
Headlines about Raheem Sterling's contract issues and the prospect of Liverpool losing a star player this summer have deflected attention from the departure of one of the club's true greats.
There was, quite correctly, great fanfare surrounding Steven Gerrard's final match at Anfield last week but Sunday's trip to Stoke will be the midfielder's 710th and final appearance for the Reds.
He'll be very able.
I'm sure for Steven it's been a huge relief. Leading into your last game at Anfield, which has been his home for 17 years, there was probably a whole load of emotion.
Unfortunately our performance level wasn't what we expected (they suffered a 3-1 defeat to Crystal Palace) but I think the crowd and the supporters recognised the moment and gave him a great send-off.
So I'm sure for him it's a huge sigh of relief and he has worked well this week concentrating on Sunday's game.
New Zealand ended the morning session with an 18-run led in the first innings at Lord's.
Kane Williamson reached his early on, as England struggled to stop his runs from flowing.
Stuart Broad made the breakthrough, dismissing Ross Taylor, who was caught down the legside.
A brief Brendon McCullum cameo helps the Kiwis pass England's score, before he was Mark Wood's first international victim.