New Zealand will be looking for quick wickets on Day Three morning © Getty Images (File Photo)
New Zealand will be looking for quick wickets on Day Three morning © Getty Images (File Photo)

 

Jun 10, 2014

 

Having already witnessed two days of cricket in the ongoing first Test between West Indies and New Zealand, this match seems to be loaded in favour of the visitors at this juncture. Catch Live Scorecard of the West Indies vs New Zealand 1st Test here

 

The visitors have dominated the match so far with their batsmen piling up the huge first innings total of 508 for the loss of seven wickets declared. Their innings saw two centurions in the form of Kane Williamson and James Neesham, and some equally valuable contributions from Tom Latham and BJ Watling. Catch the live blog of the match here

 

The West Indies openers, Chris Gayle and Kieron Powell batted for just nine overs last night. They still trail by another 489 runs and will be needing some special performances with the bat to match up to New Zealand’s first innings total. New Zealand, on the other hand, will be looking to pick some quick wickets early on in the innings to press home the advantage their batsmen have provided them with.

 

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