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    IND vs NZ, 1st Test: Team India concede highest 1st innings lead in two years

    Just the first four overs on the third morning of the opening Test fell in favour of India in what was a frustrating start of day 3 for India. After the quick dismissals of BJ Watling and Tim Southee, a 71-run partnership between Colin de Grandhomme and Kyle Jamieson troubled India before Trent Boult's batting antics at No.11 added to their pressure at the Basin Reserve in Wellington on Sunday. To sum up, New Zealand added 123 runs for the last three wickets as they ended with 348 runs on the board, taking their lead to a challenging 183 for India. 

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