A magnificent hundred by Ajinkya Rahane put India in command against the powerful unit of New Zealand who are facing a possible defeat in the final Test.
The Black Caps Bulldozed the Windies in the third Test after another depleted batting performance by the visitors who lost the encounter with a big margin.
A maiden double century from the supreme batsman of New Zealand, Ross Taylor, put his team on top while West Indies lost two quick wickets in their 1st innings.
Ross Taylor and his skipper, Brendon McCullum, blasted tons in the first innings of the 1st Test and put their side on top against the visiting West Indies.
Sohag Gazi tasted his first Test hundred which was the 4th in the match from the batsmen of either sides in two innings as the game was approaching for a draw.
An eventful fifty by the middle order batsman of Otago, James Neesham, tied the game with Lions besides a sizzling unbeaten hundred from Quinton de Kock.
The captain of Otago Volts, Brendon Mccullum, led his side from the front with an attacking unbeaten fifty as his team beat Sunrisers Hyderabad comfortably.
Brendon McCullum led the Black Caps from the front and Hamish Rutherford assisted him well as the visitors won the first Twenty20 against England in London.
The dominant England side crushed the depleted New Zealand in the 2nd Test with a hefty margin as the hosts went on to win the match and series convincingly.
Alastair Cook led his side from the front by smashing 25th Test ton and Graeme Swann once again bowled excellently vs. New Zealand who faces another defeat.