New Zealand bat first as Neil Wagner, Jamie Overton offer each team a point of difference
England target 3-0 clean sweep as Stokes doubles down on new aggressive approach
Kane Williamson won the toss for New Zealand and chose to bat first
the third LV= Insurance Test against England prepared to get underway at Headingley.
On a straw-coloured pitch that was described as a "featherbed" by Nick Knight on Sky Sports
Williamson's decision was no surprise - Ben Stokes, England's captain, said he would have batted first too.
Talking of points of difference, England have named one of their own
set to play his first Test after impressing for Surrey with 21 wickets at 21 apiece in the County Championship this summer.
"It's fantastic," Stokes said. "The way in which we did it was the most pleasing thing
We're carrying a lot of good momentum into this week, and hopefully we'll entertain a few people as well.