West Indies 107-1 at tea, trail New Zealand by 279

Roston Chase was one of three West Indies wickets to fall during the first session on day four

Roston Chase was one of three West Indies wickets to fall during the first session on day four

New Zealand seamer Tim Southee will return to Test squad for the second match of the two-Test series against West Indies at home and the right-hander will replace George Worker.

New Zealand declared their first innings at 520 for nine with Tom Blundell not out 107.

The wicket was no longer offering the bowlers any assistance but the fight had gone out of the West Indies, with the downward slide gathering pace from the first ball after the interval when Sunil Ambris was out.

But just like they did in the first innings, after going from 59-0 to all out for 134, the Windies capitulated as Matt Henry (3-57), Trent Boult (2-87), Colin de Grandhomme (2-40), Neil Wagner (2-102) and Mitchell Santner (1-25) tore through the visitors easily. While Boult picked four wickets in the match and Henry collected three, Wagner finished with career-best 7 for 39 in the first innings before picking another two in the second innings.

The West Indies had started the day pinning their hopes on Brathwaite but he was the first to fall after adding 12 to his overnight 79.

The 57-Test veteran will slot straight back into the starting XI for his replacement Matt Henry.

West Indies captain Jason Holder has been suspended for one test after his team were found guilty of maintaining a slow over rate during their defeat to New Zealand in the first test, the International Cricket Council (ICC) said on Tuesday.

As well as missing the second Test, which begins in Hamilton on Saturday, Holder has been fined 60 per cent of his match fee.

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