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Second 'unofficial test' delicately poised

The West Indies ‘A’ team need seven second innings wickets while their Indian counterparts need another 107 runs to complete a 1-0 series win after day 3 of the second unofficial test at Taunton. The Indians closed on 214-3 in their pursuit of 321. Hanuma Vihari is not out on 65 while captain Karun Nair made 55 against a wicket apiece for Romario Shepherd, Raymon Reifer and Jomel Warrican. 

Meanwhile, the Caribbean team resuming on 96-1 a lead of 206 with overnight batsmen John Campbell and Jermaine Blackwood, were dismissed for 210. Blackwood went unto top-score with 67, continuing on from his 23, while Campbell contributed 61 after resuming on 43. Mohammed Siraj claimed 4-64.



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