The visitors were batting at 185-3 when stumps were drawn on day three with their overall second-innings lead standing at 260. Skipper Kohli will resume his innings from 51 on Day Four while his deputy Rahane will start the day on 53.
Earlier, India had been bowled out for 297 runs in their first innings before their bowlers restricted West Indies to 222.
Will India seize total control of the first Test on Day Four or will the hosts produce a late fightback? Find out by following the ball-by-ball updates from Antigua below.
Hosts England are faced with an unprecedented task as they take the field against Australia on Day Four of the third Ashes Test at Headingley.
England will start the day batting at 156-6, still 203 runs away from pulling off their highest successful run chase in Test cricket history. Skipper Joe Root holds the key to the side after he dug in with an unbeaten 75 on Saturday and how he fares on the penultimate day could decide the fate of the Test.
Australia, meanwhile, are just seven wickets away from retaining the historic urn on England soil for the first time since 2001.
Can the hosts pull off the improbable at Leeds or will Australia’s bowlers come back strongly with the second new-ball? Follow the ball-by-ball action from Headingley below to find out.
Earlier on day three, a Tom Latham ton had helped New Zealand reach a commanding 196-4 at stumps in reply to Sri Lanka’s first innings total of 244.
Sri Lanka did well to post that total after being reduced to 130-6 at one stage but an excellent ton from all-rounder Dhananjaya de Silva helped the hosts recover from that precarious spot.
The hosts currently lead the two-match series 1-0 after six-wicket win in Galle and will be looking to hold firm in the remaining two days of play at Colombo. Can New Zealand force a win and level the series?
Follow the ball-by-ball action from Colombo below to find out.