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Cricket Series: Pakistan vs England 2015
Pakistan Squad: (possible): 1 Misbah Ul Haq(C), 2 Ahmed Shehzad, 3 Asad Shafiq, 4 Azhar Ali, 5 Fawad Alam, 6 Imran Khan, 7 Junaid Khan, 8 Mohammad Hafiz, 9 Rahat Ali, 10 Sarfaraz Ahmed, 11 Shan Masood, 12 Shoaib Malik, 13 Wahab Riaz, 14 Yasir Shah, 15 Younis Khan, 16 Zulfiqar Babar
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Pakistan find themselves holding all the aces after day four of the second test against England at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium.
Pakistan started the day on 222/3, looking to build a lead that would make a win impossible for England. It was the experienced bat of Younis Khan that did most of the damage, reaching his century off 193 balls, as he kept the Pakistan second innings on track. Misbah ul-Haq was the first wicket to fall in the morning session when he was caught by Cook off the bowling of Anders on the Australian unlucky number 87. Lunch was taken with Pakistan on 311/4, dominating the England bowling attack.
After lunch Pakistan looked to increase the rate of scoring, as Younis Khan and Asad SHafiq scored without any issues. Khan lost his wicket for 118 off 211 balls, while Shafiq fell for an impressive 79 off 112 balls. Pakistan declared their second innings closed with the score on 354/6, setting England a target of 491 to win the test match. Imran Khan struck the first huge blow before the tea interval when he dismissed Moeen Ali with his score on 1. The in-form Alistair Cook fell soon after with his score on 10, falling victim to Yasir Shah. Tea was taken with England on 45/2.
The final session of the day belonged to England, losing on the wicket of Ian Bell for 46 off 122 balls, as they managed to teach the close of play with the score on 130/3. It was the bat of Joe Root that showed the best composure, ending the day on 59 not out off 134 balls. England are with their backs against the wall, and will simply be looking to bat out the final day to try and force the draw, which will be unlikely given the nature of the Pakistan bowling attack, who will also have a new ball by the time lunch is reached on the final day which should make their task of bowling out England even easier.