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Sunday, 16 October 2016 - 8:30
Pakistan still in command despite Bravo’s 87
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Darren Bravo's 87 helped West Indies fight back against Pakistan on day three of the day-night Test in Dubai.

Wahab Riaz's fiery spell put the hosts in the ascendency before Mohammad Nawaz picked up his maiden Test wicket as he induced a Bravo inside edge behind.

West Indies closed on 315 for 6, needing 65 runs to avoid the follow-on after Pakistan's 579 for 3 declared.

Questions were raised again over the pink Kookaburra ball as it was replaced after 55 overs, having lost its shape.

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