New Zealand reached 331-7 in their second innings, a lead of 307, after day four of the third Test against West Indies.
New Zealand reached 123-3 in their second innings, a lead of 99, on day three of the third Test against West Indies.
West Indies reached 169-2 in reply to New Zealand's first-innings 293 on rain-shortened day two in Barbados.
West Indies closed on 32-0 in reply to New Zealand's 293 on day one of the Test series decider in Barbados.
West Indies will look to make the most of their momentum as they begin a series-deciding Test match against New Zealand.
New Zealand strengthened their grip on the first Test after bowling out West Indies for 262 on day three in Jamaica.
West Indies ended day two of the first Test on 19-0 after New Zealand had declared on 508-7, Jimmy Neesham making 107.
Kane Williamson registered his sixth Test century as New Zealand closed day one on 240-2 against West Indies.