Dec 6, 2013
West Indies reduced the lead to 228 runs after following-on against New Zealand at the end of Day Three of the first Test match at Dunedin on Thursday.
Tim Southee bagged four wickets while Trent Boult grabbed three as the hosts dismissed the West Indies for 213 in their first innings. Darren Bravo led the West Indies’ charge in the second innings with an unbeaten 72.
New Zealand will start Day Four hoping to bowl out the visitors to an innings defeat.
New Zealand 609 for 9 decl. and 168 for 2 (Darren Bravo 72*) lead West Indies 213 for 9 and 168 for 2 (Darren Bravo 72*) by 228 runs.
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