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The declaration may have come a tad too late owing to the team management’s assessment of the Green Park pitch as unresponsive but debutant Shreyas Iyer backed his spinners to secure an Indian victory on the final day of the opening Test.

India declared their second innings at 234



for seven, having extended their overall lead to 283 runs on the fourth and penultimate day of the match.

In the four overs that were possible before bad light forced an early stumps, R Ashwin dismissed Will Young to leave the Kiwis at four for one.  New Zealand need 280 runs.
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