After slamming 81-runs in the first innings, Ajinkya Rahane remained unbeaten on 53, while Virat Kohli was batting on 51 as India reached 185 for three for stumps on Day three of the first Test match against West Indies, in Antigua's Sir Vivian Richards Stadium. The visitors have an overall lead of 260 runs with seven wickets in hand and two full playing days remaining. India had earlier taken a 75-run first-innings lead, which swelled to 89 by lunch time on Day three. Meanwhile, the visitors also bowled out West Indies for 222 in 74.2 overs in their first innings in reply to 297 with Ishant Sharma returning with best figures of 5 for 43.
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