Windies lost the first Test by an innings and will be without their captain Jason Holder for the second Test that starts on Saturday in Hamilton. New Zealand lead the two-match series 1-0 after notching up an innings and 67-run victory over the visitors in the first Test at the Basin Reserve.
Raval top-scored for New Zealand in the first innings. Latham missed the opportunity and the ball went for boundary. They added more than 70 runs and captain was out by scoring 43 runs.
The rookie batsman could score only two runs off 10 balls before stepping onto his stumps while facing Kiwi pacer Trent Boult.
Boult finished unbeaten on 37 off 27 balls, Southee was last man out for 31, the pair each hitting two sixes and Boult, in particular, producing an exotic range of shots.
Hope only made 15 before falling to Southee, while Roston Chase scored 12 before he was cleaned up by Colin de Grandhomme.
After progressing to 84 against the West Indies off 157 deliveries, Raval sent an edge from Shannon Gabriel through to wicketkeeper Shane Dowrich. At 87-2 and with Brathwaite and Hope together in a 44-run partnership for the third wicket, the West Indies looked to be finding their footing in the match but the rain dampened their fightback. They'll have Raymon Reifer (22) and Miguel Cummins (10) resuming at the crease in the morning, with plenty needed to get their side out of a hole, on what is a good batting wicket, but offering the bowlers bounce.
However, Brathwaite and new batsman Shai Hope stitched a strong partnership with flurry boundaries keeping New Zealand at bay before rains interrupted play. Reifer, on test debut, played a bold late hand, defying the New Zealand bowlers for 107 minutes.