• England and New Zealand line up ahead of Saturday night's winner-takes-all showdown at the KC Stadium
  • The spotlight was on England's Rangi Chase as he took on the country of his birth
  • England started strongly with Jack Reed one of many players running the New Zealand defence ragged
  • And it came as no surprise when the home side took the lead through Tom Briscoe's slick 28th-minute score
  • Just four minutes into the second period Ryan Hall finished superbly to put England 12-0 ahead
  • Jason Nightingale hit back for the Kiwis, however James Graham crashed over with eight minutes remaining to put the match beyond doubt...
  • Much to the NRL-bound prop's delight
  • And Sam Tomkins put the gloss on a fine England performance with a late score his performance deserved
  • On Sunday evening, Wales and Australia contested a dead-rubber at the Racecourse Ground, Wrexham
  • And the plucky Welsh threatened to spring a huge surprise with two early tries
  • But the Kangaroos eventually showed their class with a flurry of scores to take the lead
  • Cooper Cronk helped himself to a hat-trick to round off a 56-14 victory

Four Nations week three

England and New Zealand line up ahead of Saturday night's winner-takes-all showdown at the KC Stadium