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Jason Holder exults after dismissing Shaun Marsh

WI in Australia 2015-16

Australia have weaknesses we can exploit - Holder

West Indies captain Jason Holder has said that his team will approach the upcoming Australia Tests with "a lot of belief" and an intention to play "aggressive cricket"

Shaun Marsh helped steady the chase in partnership with Adam Voges

Australia v New Zealand, 3rd Test, Adelaide, 3rd day

Australia sneak home in tense finish

Australia sneaked home to win the inaugural day-night Test match against New Zealand by three wickets

Brendon McCullum ran out Shaun Marsh with a direct hit

Australia v New Zealand, 3rd Test, Adelaide, 2nd day

New Zealand lead by 94 as wickets tumble

Peter Nevill and the tail helped Australia unexpectedly gain a first-innings lead on the second day in Adelaide, but a controversial umpiring decision played arguably the biggest role in denying New Zealand the advantage

Josh Hazlewood nailed Martin Guptill lbw

Australia v New Zealand, 3rd Test, Adelaide, 1st day

Bowlers dominate early in day-night Test

Bowlers dominated the first day at Adelaide Oval, where 12 wickets fell as the pink ball made its debut in Test cricket. New Zealand made 202 before Australia reached 2 for 54 at stumps

Pink balls on the pitch at New Zealand's training session

Australia v New Zealand, 3rd Test, Adelaide

Teams ready to create history

ESPNcricinfo's preview of the third Test between Australia and New Zealand at Adelaide Oval

Doug Bracewell tosses the pink ball

The pink ball: evolution, not revolution

Day-night Test cricket is yet another change in Test cricket - one in many over the years. It does not amount to standing the game on its head, as some might suggest

Joe Burns has a chat with coach Darren Lehmann

New Zealand in Australia 2015-16

Burns urges batsmen to have open minds

Joe Burns, who has experience playing with the pink ball, has urged batsmen to remember that it will not behave like the traditional red one

James Pattinson walks back to his mark with the pink ball

New Zealand in Australia, 2015-16

Saker concerned Pattinson could be 'underdone'

James Pattinson's state coach David Saker has raised concerns that the fast bowler could be "underdone" ahead of a possible return to the Test team for the first time in more than 18 months

Mitchell Johnson was ferocious again in the second innings

Mitchell Johnson retires

Five touches of Mitchcraft

A look back at some of Mitchell Johnson's best and fiercest Test spells