New Zealand's victory in the second Test against the Windies is almost certain. The West Indies were 244 for 6 in 65.4 overs in the second innings by the end of the third day's play on Sunday.

The Windies still need 85 runs to avoid an innings defeat. The Windies, who had earlier continued the first innings with an overnight score of 124/8, added another seven runs and were all out for 131.

New Zealand bowlers Jamieson(5/34), Southee (5/32) condemned the fall of the Windies' wickets. New Zealand, who took a 329-run first innings lead, played the Windies a follow-on innings without opening the second innings. The Windies batsmen struggled in the second innings as well.

(5/34), Southee (5/32) condemned the fall of the Windies' wickets. New Zealand, who took a 329-run first innings lead, played the Windies a follow-on innings without opening the second innings. The Windies batsmen struggled in the second innings as well.

Together with Silva (25 not out) at the end, Holder added an unbeaten 74 for the seventh wicket. The game was later stopped due to thick clouds.