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'Still a good pitch to bat on' - Holder

Jason Holder, who made 38 runs and got the wicket of Ross Taylor on his Test debut, believes that spin could trouble New Zealand on day four

June 29, 2014

Posted by   on (June 29, 2014, 15:21 GMT)

Brendon's is an attacking captain. NZ already leading by over 200 runs. Another 125 runs or 35 overs is maximum Brendon will bat. He will give WI about 105 overs to score the runs and NZ will have 105 overs to dismiss WI. 325 will be an even battle.

Posted by wapuser on (June 29, 2014, 12:33 GMT)

Yes agree, still a good pitch to bat on. A total of around 1169 runs will be enough for a result, yet to make sure, they may keep going for few runs more. How to go about from the beginning of day 4, the best example is to analyse, are day 4 & day 5 of the SL vs ENG 2nd Test. As to what happened on day 5.

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