After sitting out the second Test against England, New Zealand captain Kane Williamson is set to return to lead his country against India.
England know they are better than what they showed with the bat against New Zealand, as they slipped to a 1-0 series defeat at Edgbaston.
New Zealand won a Test series in England for the first time since 1999 as they quickly rounded off an eight-wicket success on Sunday.
South Africa completed the job early on in Saturday's session thanks to some impressive bowling from Kagiso Rabada.
New Zealand showed they are in ominous form ahead of next week's World Test Championship final with India by dominating England.
After Ollie Robinson was suspended pending an investigation, the ECB has promised to educate players on their behaviour on social media.
A sixth Test century for Quinton de Kock drove home South Africa's dominance of the first Test against West Indies in St Lucia.
James Anderson made his 162nd appearance in a Test match but New Zealand should be in a more celebratory mood after day two at Edgbaston.
Evergreen seamer James Anderson is still among the best bowlers in the world 18 years after making his Test debut.
Jason Holder is part of the West Indies squad to face South Africa, but it will be Kraigg Brathwaite who leads the team.