West Indies with a huge lead in the first test match.
West Indies with a huge lead in the first test match.

The host after restricted the visitor at the small total but, still couldn’t manage to get a lead after a good start by their opener. As the visitor now moving forward for a massive lead in the first test match against Zimbabwe. After Brathwaite made 86 at the top of the innings, Chase scored an unbeaten 91 to take the Windies to 369 for loss of eight wickets at stumps on the third day. The tourists now hold an overall lead of 429 runs. The two batsmen took very different approaches to their innings, with Brathwaite's patience paying off in the morning session as the Windies added just 67 runs for the loss of one wicket of Kyle Hope for 43 runs.

When Holder was dismissed by Graeme Cremer shortly after tea, Zimbabwe's hot day in the field looked to be nearing an end, before Devendra Bishoo hit an energetic 44 runs in a Partnership of 82-run stand for the eighth wicket with Chase. The partnership was terminated on the stroke of stumps when Cremer had Bishoo caught on the boundary to record his seventh wicket of the match, but Zimbabwe still faces a long battle to save the game. There is still two days left in the test match and the host is trail by 429 runs and still two-wicket left to restricted the West Indies.

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