Relive all the action from day one of the first day-night Test at Eden Park between New Zealand and England.
9.28pm: 69 overs, NZ 175/3 - Williamson 91, Nicholls 24
Wow what a day to remember for New Zealand on day one of the historic day-night Test against England! The Black Caps lead by 117 runs with seven wickets remaining in the innings after a sensational performance by Trent Boult and Tim Southee with the ball.
9.26pm: 68.3 overs, NZ 175/3 - Williamson 91, Nicholls 24
FIFTY PARTNERSHIP! Henry Nicholls and Kane Williamson bring up their fifty partnership for NZ near the end of day one of the first day-night Test against New Zealand.
9.11pm: 64 overs, NZ 164/3 - Williamson 89, Nicholls 15
The run rate for New Zealand has slowed down to just 2.20 runs per over. Kane Williamson looks on target to making another Test ton for the Black Caps with only four over remaining on day one of the historic pink ball Test in Auckland.
8.42pm: 57.1 overs, NZ 150/3 - Williamson 82, Nicholls 8
ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY! Moeen Ali bowls to Kane Williamson and he picks up a single. New Zealand reach 150! Williamson makes room outside leg to take a shortish delivery on the stumps and he hits it into the covers.
8.30pm: 55 overs, NZ 144/3 - Williamson 78, Nicholls 6
England are struggling to come up with an answer to dismiss Black Caps skipper Kane Williamson. Williamson needs 22 more runs to reach a century. New Zealand lead by 86 runs with seven wickets remaining in the innings.
8.12pm: 50 overs, NZ 132/3 - Williamson 72, Nicholls 5
NOT OUT! James Anderson bowls to Kane Williamson and England appeal for a LBW.
England go upstairs for a review. But HawkEye shows that the ball will be missing the stumps, England have lost both of their reviews
7.55pm: 47.2 overs, NZ 123/3 - Williamson 68, Taylor 20
WICKET! James Anderson bowls to Ross Taylor and the NZ veteran has mistimed his shot. It's a short delivery by Anderson just outside off, Taylor's rushed his pull shot and lobs it to deep midwicket where Chris Woakes makes a simple catch.
7.51pm: 47 overs, NZ 123/2 - Williamson 68, Taylor 20
BACK-TO-BACK FOUR! Chris Woakes to Ross Taylor and he hits the first boundary of the over through backward point for four. Ross Taylor hits another straight drive, he hits it past Woakes' right hand.
7.40pm: 45 overs, NZ 107/2 - Williamson 66, Taylor 11
Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor look to have steadied the ship for the Black Caps since Tom Latham's dismissal. New Zealand lead by 49 runs with eight wickets remaining in the innings.
7.31pm: 42.1 overs, NZ 101/2 - Williamson 64, Taylor 7
NOT OUT! Chris Woakes bowls to Ross Taylor and Woakes believes he got a hand to it before the ball went on to hit the stumps with Kane Williamson well out of his crease. The third umpire rules not out and the England aren't happy with the call. Not enough evidence shown in the replays to say Williamson was conclusively out.
7.25pm: 42 overs, NZ 100/2 - Williamson 64, Taylor 6
HUNDRED! New Zealand reach the 100-run mark and Ross Taylor is settling into the game for the Black Caps after Tom Latham was dismissed early in the session after the tea break.
7.06pm: 37.5 overs, NZ 92/2 - Williamson 62, Latham 26
OUT! A crucial breakthrough for England. Tom Latham doesn't look happy at all, he must be dissappointed with his soft dismissal. Latham hits it to Chris Woakes who makes a safe catch at square leg.
7.03pm: 37 overs, NZ 88/1 - Williamson 59, Latham 26
And we are back underway with England's Stuart Broad at the crease looking to break Kane Williamson's partnership with Tom Latham.
6.25pm: 37 overs, NZ 88/1 - Williamson 59, Latham 26
TEA BREAK! After two sessions it is New Zealand who has the upper hand on day one of the first day-night Test against England. Kane Williamson is unbeaten on 59. He won the toss and elected to field first. Trent Boult and Tim Southee destroyed England with swing. New Zealand lead by 30 runs with nine wickets remaining in the innings. England need to come up with an answer and quick!
6.15pm: 35 overs, NZ 79/1 - Williamson 51, Latham 25
FIFTY! Craig Overton bowls to Willaimson and edges it and hits a four. His shot sneaks between second slip and gully and races away for a boundary.
6.08pm: 33 overs, NZ 72/1 - Williamson 45, Latham 24
FOUR! Craig Overton bowls to Kane Williamson and he hits it behind point. A great shot from the NZ skipper!
6.01pm: 31 overs, NZ 66/1 - Williamson 41, Latham 22
A solid over from Kane Williamson as he hits two fours off James Anderson's over and he reaches 41-runs.
5.55pm: 30 overs, NZ 58/1 - Williamson 33, Latham 22
FIFTY PARTNERSHIP! A good partnership from Tom Latham and Kane Williamson as they equal England's score in the first innings.
5.30pm: 23 overs, NZ 46/1 - Williamson 26, Latham 17
FOUR! Moeen Ali bowls to Kane Williamson and the NZ skipper sweeps it down long leg with ball racing away from Ben Stokes for a boundary. An excellent shot by Kane Williamson. New Zealand trail by 12 runs with nine wickets remaining in the innings.
5.22pm: 20.3 overs, NZ 36/1 - Williamson 17, Latham 16
SIX! Moeen Ali bowls to Kane Williamson and he hits the first maximum of the Test for New Zealand against England. Williamson runs down the ground and smashes the ball over long-on. A classy shot from the Black Caps skipper.
5.18pm: 19.4 overs, NZ 30/1 - Williamson 11, Latham 16
NOT OUT! Woakes bowls to Tom Latham. Woakes' delivery hits Latham's padS and England want to review it. It was a full and straight delivery, but it has just pitched outside the line according to HawkEye.
5.07pm: 18 overs, NZ 23/1 - Williamson 5, Latham 15
Kane Williamson and Tom Latham aren't taking any unnecessary risks, building a slow but steady partnership for NZ. The Black Caps trail by 35 runs with nine wickets remaining in the innings.
4.43pm: 12 overs, NZ 21/1 - Williamson 4, Latham 14
FOUR! Finally NZ's skipper Kane Williamson is off the mark. Hitting a superb four past mid-off after a delivery from England's Stuart Broad.
4.39pm: 11 overs, NZ 17/1 - Williamson 0, Latham 14
BACK-TO-BACK FOURS! Latham is starting to get into his work now. He hits his first four to the on-side before hitting his second four of the over against James Anderson to the off-side.
4.26pm: 8.2 overs, NZ 8/1 - Raval 2, Latham 5
WICKET! James Anderson bowls to Jeet Raval and he is caught from behind by England's keeper Jonny Bairstow.
4.08pm: 3.4 overs, NZ 3/0 - Raval 2, Latham 1
DROPPED! Stuart Broad bowls to Jeet Raval and he edges it to third slip but England's Dawid Malan can't hold onto it. A missed opportunity for the visitors.
4.04pm: 3 overs, NZ 3/0 - Raval 2, Latham 1
A good maiden over from England's James Anderson. Jeet Raval and Tom Latham are still adjusting to the pink ball.
3.53pm: NZ 1/0 - Raval 1, Latham 0
And we are back underway after England were all out for 58 after an hour and a half of play on day one of the first day/night Test between NZ and England. Jeet Raval and Tom Latham are at the crease opening for NZ.
3.39pm: 21 overs, ENG 58 - Overton 33, Anderson 1
England are all out for 58 as James Anderson hits it straight to Henry Nicholls who makes a safe catch at square leg. Trent Boult was absolutely on fire picking up figures of 6-32, his career best figures. A great start by New Zealand.
3.24pm: 19 overs, ENG 52/9
It will come as some small relief that England are no longer in danger of having one of the lowest 10 Test scores. Overton celebrates by hoisting Boult for six.
3.19pm: 17 overs, ENG 39/9
A relative flurry of runs pushes England to 39, getting close to moving out of the top 10 of lowest Test scores. Currently sitting seventh.
3:12pm: 15.3 overs, ENG 27/9 - Overton 4, Broad 0
OUT! What a catch! Tim Southee bowls to Stuart Broad and he hits it straight to Kane Williamson and he makes a sensational diving catch at backward at square leg.
New Zealand bowler Trent Boult celebrates the first wicket of Alastair Cook during day one of the first Test match between the Black Caps and England at Eden Park in Auckland.
3:03pm: 13.5 overs, ENG 23/8 - Overton 0, Ali 0
OUT! He's bowled him! Tim Southee snares his third wicket of the match. Ali gone for a duck! England are in all sorts of trouble right now.
2:57pm: 13 overs, ENG 23/7 - Woakes 5, Ali 0
NZ bowlers - Southee 2-14, Boult 5-9
WICKET! Trent Boult has bowled him! Chris Woakes looked like he might be the one to steady the ship for England but NZ's Trent Boult is simply on fire.
2:50pm: 11.2 overs, ENG 18/6 - Bairstow 0, Ali 0
NZ bowlers - Southee 2-13, Boult 4-6
OUT! What is going on?! Caught and bowled! Tim Southee shows great reflexes making a sharp catch after Bairstow hits the ball straight back at him.
2:44pm: 10.3 overs, ENG 18/5 - Bairstow 0, Stokes 0
WICKET! Trent Boult has bowled him! Ben Stokes is gone for a duck after a sensational delivery by Trent Boult. Stokes goes wide of the crease and the ball from Boult goes crashing onto the stumps.
2:39pm: 10 overs, ENG 18/4 - Stoneman 11, Stokes 0
NZ bowlers - Southee 1-11, Boult 3-7
OUT! Tim Southee gets in on the action and Stoneman is gone for just 11 runs. It's a full delivery from Southee that moves away late and Stoneman is forced to play at it. He edges it with BJ Watling making a superb low diving catch.
England 16/3, 9 overs
2.34pm: WICKET! It's Trent Boult again who fires for the Black Caps and snares his third wicket. It's a similar delivery he bowled to Cook earlier on and it's BJ Watling the keeper that makes a safe catch after Dawid Malan edged it straight to Wattling.
Score: England 6 /2 after 7 overs; Boult 2/2
2.24pm: WICKET! Boult's cleaned up Root with an in-swinging cracker! The pink ball is talking.
2.15pm: WICKET! Cook's gone, Latham grabs him at second slip off Boult, 6 for one.
2.10pm: ENG 3/ 0 after three overs - A loose ball from Boult is met with an even loser shot from Cook. He gets away with it as the ball drops safely.
2pm: ENG 1/0 after one over - And we're underway in Auckland. Boult has the honour of bowling first up, to Alastair Cook. Tidy first over, just one run from the bat of Cook.
1.30pm: Kane Williamson wins the toss and NZ will bowl. Crucial. Wants to make first use of the conditions, but doesn't think the pitch will deteriorate too much.
NZ team as expected: Raval, Latham, Williamson, Taylor, Nicholls, Watling, de Grandhomme, Astle, Southee, Wagner, Boult.
England: Cook, Stoneman, Root, Malan, Stokes, Bairstow, Ali, Woakes, Overton, Broad, Anderson.
Pre Match: It's been a mixed summer for for the Black Caps, with early season winning form replaced for series losses in the Tri-Series T20 and the one-day series to England.
But now for the big one, the two test series against England.
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Eden Park is the same venue where the two sides played out a thrilling drawn third Test in 2013, with New Zealand one wicket shy of a Test and series victory.
This is just the second Test at Eden Park in the past five years, with New Zealand taking out India in 2014.
Of course, all eyes will be on the pink ball and whether or not it will zip around under lights in the final session, as it has historically in other grounds around the world.
A little bit of grass has also historically been left on recent Eden Park Test pitches to start day one.
If it's the same here, expect the captain who wins the toss to bowl first hoping for two bites of the cherry - one early with the new ball, and again under lights.
Black Caps likely: Jeet Raval, Tom Latham, Kane Williamson, Ross Taylor, Henry Nicholls, B.J Watling, Colin De Grandhomme, Todd Astle, Neil Wagner, Tim Southee, Trent Boult