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Day 3 Round-up: A remarkable fightback from Team India saw them end Day 3 at 87 for 1, needing 320 more runs to win the first Test against New Zealand, who suffered a dramatic batting collapse in the second innings to be skittled out for 105 at Auckland on Saturday.
India will have to better their best-ever chase - 406 against West Indies - by one run. It will also have to be the third highest successful chase ever in the Test history.
Shikhar Dhawan (49) and Cheteshwar Pujara (22) were at the crease for the visitors.