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    The Black Caps have their bowlers to thank for putting them on the verge of their 100th test victory

    The Black Caps have their bowlers to thank for putting them on the verge of their 100th test victory


    India trail New Zealand by 39 runs at the conclusion of day three of the first cricket test at the Basin Reserve.

    Colin de Grandhomme, Kyle Jamieson and Trent Boult led with the bat, before Boult was the chief destroyer with the ball.

    The visitors now need to produce an epic rearguard on day four to deny the milestone win.

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