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The Black Caps' batting needed a spark and captain Kane Williamson stood tall to provide it, snapping out of a lean patch to bludgeon 72 off 46 balls to lead their imposing total of 196-5.

ENGLAND'S wait for a tri-series win goes on after losing to New Zealand by 12 runs.

Williamson's innings included four sixes as he and Guptill put on 82 for the second wicket.

With late support from Mark Chapman (20) and Tim Seifert (14 not out) - both on debut - Williamson ensured New Zealand matched its highest score at the Wellington Regional Stadium and set England a hard chase on a piebald, drop-in pitch which had confounded both captains.

Considering 163 is the highest successful chase at this stadium, England's target of 197 was beyond them once Jason Roy was dismissed for his fifth single-figure T20i score in a row and Alex Hales was nipped in the bud for a blistering 47 from 24 balls.

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Sodhi, Boult and Mitchell Santner took two wickets apiece, while Southee claimed one.

A third successive defeat for the English, including two to Australia, means a trans-Tasman final will be assured if the Black Caps can beat Australia in Auckland on Friday.

Blackcaps skipper Kane Williamson has been quick to praise the efforts of the new faces in the New Zealand squad during the tri-series win over England.

The opening batsman went on to make 65 off 40 balls, which included six boundaries and three sixes, before he was caught by Liam Plunkett at short fine leg off the bowling of Adil Rashid.

Newcomers Mark Chapman (20) and Tim Seifert (14 not out) provided the late fireworks on their global debuts.

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Instead of New Zealand's batsmen struggling, the visiting bowlers made harder work of it.

Grandhomme was promoted up the order to continue the run flow going but he was caught spectacularly at long-off by Chris Jordan on the next ball.

However when a dawdling James Vince was run out by Williamson, it started a steady stream of wickets that stole England s momentum. We got plenty in the power play and there partnerships throughout. "We dragged it back pretty well but they got too many", he said. "It played a lot better than people thought". We probably didn't get those cameos lower down, myself coming in and failing and that made a difference.

"You always want more runs, you always train hard, that's the focus", he said. "Trent was outstanding at the death, but we knew it would be a challenge and the guys stepped up to the mark today".

Buttler added: "We need a favour from Australia to beat New Zealand".

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