Wellington: New Zealand will have to bowl exceptionally well to dismiss West Indies early on the third day of the second Test on Friday to give them a chance of victory, all-rounder Corey Anderson said.
“I think it’s a pretty good track. So we’re going to have to bowl well in the morning to take these next six wickets and try to get into a position where we can win the game,” Anderson said. “I think we’re in a good position at the moment... (But) we still have a lot of work to do.”
While New Zealand’s bowlers had captured wickets at critical times in the lengthened evening session after rain had washed out the entire afternoon, West Indies were scoring a little too freely for their liking, Anderson said.
“Obviously they’ve scored a few more runs than we would have liked,” Anderson said. “I think we gave away too many loose balls.