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Then, an Ormond delivery appeared to brush Kumble's gloves, wicketkeeper James Foster spilled the ball but umpire Srinivas Venkatraghvan subsequently signalled leg bye.
Harry Gurney opened up with a maiden and Durham collected only a wide and a leg bye off the first two overs.
Hampshire got over the line in dramatic fashion at the Rose Bowl, injured Dan Christian scrambling a leg bye off the last ball of the match to level the scores and win by virtue of fewer wickets lost.
There was still time for a wobble as Lumb, Steven Davies and Chris Woakes were all dismissed in the final over with only two runs needed, but David Wainwright finished the job with the help of a leg bye as England reached 232 for seven.
Chasing 189, Adrian Harrisson (48) and Daniel Roberts (42) batted soundly, but they still required 10 runs off the last over with their last pair at the wicket Carl Roberts, hit a valuable unbeaten 40, and they sealed victory when Barry Lloyd scrambled a leg bye off the last ball in their reply of 189-8.
But the visitors' attack couldn't make the necessary inroads into the Welsh side's batting, although they only won with the help of a leg bye off the last ball.
A scrambled leg bye off the penultimate ball gave Orrell Red Triangle a much-needed two wicket win in a thriller with Skelmersdale.
Three had been needed off the last two balls but Killeen then bowled Simon Cook and restricted last man, Durham old boy Martin Saggers, to a scrambled leg bye off the final delivery.
From the start batting looked tough work as the first half dozen overs produced just one leg bye as David Harrison and Kasprowicz enjoyed a profitable time.
The runs were really drying up when South African David Miller declined Blackwell's call for a leg bye and the ex-Somerset man was run out for 43, made off 27 balls.
But with wickets tumbling the Kiwis reached the final over needing seven to win, and Collingwood gambled by turning to Luke Wright and it paid off as Jamie How was run out for 139 and Daniel Vettori could only scramble a leg bye off the final delivery to tie the match and leave the Kiwis 2-1 ahead going into Saturday's decider.
And, when Ravi Bopara completed the victory with a leg bye, he earned the appreciation of punters who backed England to win the series at a high of 5-1 following their massive 119-run defeat in the first ODI at Dambulla at the start of the month.