Batsman Ross Taylor's outstanding stretch of form continued, as New Zealand climbed to an impressive total of 307 for six on day one of the second Test against the West Indies at the Basin Reserve in Wellington on Wednesday.
The seesaw nature of an intriguing series opener is deserving of a suitable sequel, as New Zealand and the West Indies jostle for position again in Wellington this week.
Captain Darren Sammy has insisted the West Indies hold the edge ahead of the second Test against New Zealand, which will get underway at the Basin Reserve in Wellington on Wednesday.
We profile the venue for the second Test between New Zealand and the West Indies in Wellington.
West Indies captain Darren Sammy was utterly delighted with the draw his side escaped with in Dunedin on Saturday, as the rain prevented New Zealand from getting the 33 runs they required for victory in the first Test.
The real test for these Young Indian Batsmen awaits them in the Test Series, I am eagerly waiting to see how they are going to cope on the bouncy, seaming wickets of South Africa!! Then we will get to...Have Your Say