Kiwis remain in control

After conceding a massive 246-run lead, West Indies struck back in the second through Jerome Taylor (3/13) to leave New Zealand reeling at 96/5 by lunch break on the fourth day of the first Test here on Wednesday.

Resuming at their overnight score of 14/2, the visitors lost three more on fourth morning, including Ross Taylor and Brandon McCullum. 

New Zealand, however, look heavy favourites to win the Test at Sabina Park, having extended their overall lead to a mammoth 342.

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