The first brought up the century opening stand from 15.3 overs with Alex Hales, returning to the side for the first time since signing a white-ball only contract with Nottinghamshire, after Jason Roy pulled out with a back spasm.
After a see-saw series, both teams enter today's decider with all to play for, with the scores locked at 2-2 following New Zealand's incredible run chase in Dunedin, thanks mostly to Ross Taylor's incredible 181 not out.
The absence of Ross Taylor, who aggravated his quadriceps injury during his match-winning, unbeaten 180 in the fourth ODI, took the punch out of their middle order. Woakes and Rashid ripped through their line-up as they scalped three wickets each with the other bowlers chipping in nicely and supporting them. In the end, it was Ben Stokes who finished with a couple of huge sixes off Ish Sodhi and stamped England's authority on what was a thoroughly competitive series barring the last game.
New Zealand was deprived of its most reliable batsman when Taylor withdrew shortly before the start of play Saturday with a leg injury which has troubled him throughout the series.
They do not play another ODI until Pakistan late in the year, with Hesson noting there was "plenty of thinking to be done" before then.
"We were disappointed with how we did in the last game when we could have potentially won the series - because we got ourselves into a position [to do that]". Martin Guptill and Colin Munro follow.
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New Zealand's test squad will be predictable with wicketkeeper BJ Watling likely to be the only major change from the side that beat the West Indies 2-0 in early December. With Colin de Grandhomme's exit, New Zealand had lost four wickets for 33 runs in 60 balls. The victory in Wellington on a grubby, uneven drop-in pitch was, therefore, significant with them having to assess that it wasn't even a 270 wicket and dig their way to a defendable score.
A previously-out-of-form Nicholls made a restorative 50 before becoming Tom Curran's first wicket. However, he goes at a wider one next ball, lucky not to be caught at cover.
They delivered all that could reasonably be expected, putting on 84, Nicholls with a 73-ball half-century on his home ground and Santner capping his remarkable series from number eight with a new career-best. It was clean hitting. His experience, ability to bat long periods on hard surfaces and reputation for digging New Zealand out of trouble with the bat, should see him preferred over Blundell against a quality English attack.
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The seven wicket victory England earned was brilliantly set up by the England bowlers who quickly assessed conditions and put the Black Caps on the back foot.
"I think, certainly, as a batting unit we didn't really fire in terms of the balance we wanted to put out there", Hesson said.