The game was called off between New Zealand and the West Indies due to poor light on the third day of the second cricket Test on Sunday. By the stumps, the West Indies team had lost six wickets for 244 runs in the second innings. The hosts are close to winning the innings and sweeping the series.
The third day’s play was halted early due to poor lighting. She is still trailing New Zealand by 85 runs which gave her a follow-on. New Zealand had scored 460 runs in the first innings and bundled out the West Indies for 131, leading them to 329 runs and decided to follow up.
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West Indies captain Jason Holder was present at the crease scoring 60 runs, extending his unbeaten 74-run partnership for the seventh wicket with Joshua da Silva (25). Earlier, opener John Campbell scored his best in Test matches, scoring 68 runs to complete his second half-century. He also shared an 89-run partnership for the third wicket which became the initial hurdle in New Zealand’s victory.
The top order of the West Indies have not yet played a major partnership in the series and have not yet reached the score of 250 runs in four innings. In response to New Zealand’s 519 for seven in the first Test, the team was bowled out for 138 and 247, losing by an innings and 134 runs.
Campbell and Holder batted well for the visiting team on Sunday, forcing New Zealand to come to the crease on the fourth day to secure the win. The win would put New Zealand’s team in third place above England in the World Test Championship. The New Zealand team can also stake claim to the number one Test ranking for the first time in history.