Pakistan v England Test Series - 2nd Test

England v Pakistan

Pakistan won by 72 runs

Overs 1-50  | Overs 51-100

Hafeez and Taufeeq, who played very nicely in Dubai, are back to open up again for Pakistan and it'll be James Anderson, as ever, to open things up for England...Here we go...

Morning all. So England in the field then, looking for a response after that first Test drubbing. Panesar in the side, Tremlett flying home - could that be in the end of his England career? Plenty of others waiting in the wings... For Pakistan, what a chance here batting first to take complete charge of this series. A match up already in the rubber, a solid effort in this first innings and they can start dreaming of securing at least a draw against the world's No. 1 side...

9.50 Alex Winter's padding up. Jonathan Liew, of The Telegraph, tweets: "Trott's our third seamer??" Scary, but true.

Handing over to Alex.

Toss: Pakistan have opted to bat first. One change, Junaid Khan comes in for Aizaz Cheema. Strauss said that he too would have batted first. Monty Panesar comes in for the homeward-bound Chris Tremlett.

So no five bowlers for England as a few may have suspected. That means Steven Finn will have to sit out again. There was talk yesterday that he could be the man replacing Tremlett.

This is the first time England have played two spinners in a four-man attack since December 2003. First for Panesar since the Cardiff Jailbreak of 2009.

At the time of the toss it looked a bit cloudy so if it continues that way, it might be better news for England's seamers. However, the prediction is that this is a placid track. David Lloyd: "If you're a batsman booking bed and breakfast, this is lots of runs."

Salaar: "Disappointed to see Pakistan leave out Umar Akmal, but then again, it would be cruel to leave Asad Shafiq out, afterall, he scored a century, one test ago, even if it was against Bangladesh."

9.10am: Very good morning/afternoon/dusk/night to all of you joining us for the coverage of the second Test in Abu Dhabi. Let's get straight on with the news of the morning, though we wouldn't call it breaking because it was coming yesterday. Chris Tremlett will fly back home due to his back injury. The story is getting updated here.

That means one certain change for England. #nokiddingsherlock

Not sure if Pakistan will force any changes. They don't need to because they seemed quite flawless. If they must, I'd like to see the exciting Umar Akmal replacing Asad Shafiq.

The Cricinfo commentary team is unchanged, I can guarantee that. Alex Winter will be joining us shortly and it will be Sanjay on scoring. #UnchangedMelody

The toss is at 9.30. George Dobell, our man at the ground, tweets: "Jade Dernbach and Stuart Meaker - both of whom were born in South Africa - are the most likely replacements for Tremlett."

Hang on. Derek Pringle just tweeted this: "monty and finn had hands shaken by rest of team, england to play five bowlers for first time since dhaka?"

We'll confirm that soon.

0.1

Anderson to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, bit of a loosener to begin with, a middle stump full toss but just pushed to mid on where Broad makes a sliding save

0.2

Anderson to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, full and wide and left alone

0.3

Anderson to Mohammad Hafeez, 1 run, full on leg stump and whipped away down to long leg and Pakistan are away...

0.4

Anderson to Taufeeq Umar, FOUR, pleasant stroke, driven away past mid off on the front foot

We saw the driving ability of Taufeeq in Dubai, very strong through the off side

0.5

Anderson to Taufeeq Umar, no run, length on off stump and it's very well left

0.6

Anderson to Taufeeq Umar, no run, Anderson bowls his other delivery - away from the left-hander - and Taufeeq is nearly caught up trying to push to leg, the ball strikes the pad and runs into the off side

End of over 1 (5 runs) Pakistan 5/0
Taufeeq Umar    4* (3b 1x4)      JM Anderson    1-0-5-0
Mohammad Hafeez    1* (3b)     

Stuart Broad, England's best bowler in the first Test, from the media centre end...

1.1

Broad to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, full and wide and left alone

1.2

Broad to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, length just outside off and left again, carries nicely through to Prior

1.3

Broad to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, just outside off and well left once more

1.4

Broad to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, watched carefully outside off once more and shouldered arms

1.5

Broad to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, probing away again on off stump and this time defended off the back foot

1.6

Broad to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, fuller and Hafeez is caught on the crease but pushes into the leg side

End of over 2 (maiden) Pakistan 5/0
Mohammad Hafeez    1* (9b)      SCJ Broad    1-1-0-0
Taufeeq Umar    4* (3b 1x4)      JM Anderson    1-0-5-0

One man and his dog in the ground again...

2.1

Anderson to Taufeeq Umar, no run, full and sliding across the left hander, Taufeeq withdraws the bat late

2.2

Anderson to Taufeeq Umar, no run, testing line once more but left alone

A few Barmy Army members in, they've already given us the usual rendition of Jerusalem to open the day...

2.3

Anderson to Taufeeq Umar, no run, full on middle and leg and pushed back to the bowler

2.4

Anderson to Taufeeq Umar, FOUR, Anderson gets it slightly wrong Taufeeq turns it fine for four

2.5

Anderson to Taufeeq Umar, no run, Anderson back on the spot outside off but left alone

2.6

Anderson to Taufeeq Umar, no run, short and ducked

End of over 3 (4 runs) Pakistan 9/0
Taufeeq Umar    8* (9b 2x4)      JM Anderson    2-0-9-0
Mohammad Hafeez    1* (9b)      SCJ Broad    1-1-0-0

Tickets for this Test I believe are free but once again the ground is in desert wilderness with no public transport links. Maybe they need to build a local heliport...

3.1

Broad to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, full outside off and comfortably left alone

Billy the Trumpet is still with us, said he was only down for the first Test but isn't quite ready for a return to West End theatre just yet...

3.2

Broad to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, fuller and tighter to off stump but well left

3.3

Broad to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, ignored once more but probing stuff from Broad

3.4

Broad to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, no stroke once more

3.5

Broad to Mohammad Hafeez, 1 run, straighter and forcing the batsman to play forward, angled out off the outside half of the bat past a diving backward point

A few vocal Pakistan fans in the crowd too, making themselves heard...

3.6

Broad to Taufeeq Umar, no run, round the wicket, angled in full on off stump and defended back to the bowler

End of over 4 (1 run) Pakistan 10/0
Taufeeq Umar    8* (10b 2x4)      SCJ Broad    2-1-1-0
Mohammad Hafeez    2* (14b)      JM Anderson    2-0-9-0

4.1

Anderson to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, full and left alone

4.2

Anderson to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, very nice from Anderson, full on off stump and Hafeez is just a little unsure coming forward to defend into the off side

4.3

Anderson to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, and again, being forced to play a bit more now both players

4.4

Anderson to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, this is wider and shouldered arms

4.5

Anderson to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, length on off stump and defended off the back foot into the off side

4.6

Anderson to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, full and left alone

End of over 5 (maiden) Pakistan 10/0
Mohammad Hafeez    2* (20b)      JM Anderson    3-1-9-0
Taufeeq Umar    8* (10b 2x4)      SCJ Broad    2-1-1-0

There is a bit of cloud cover this morning and it's not overly hot, that will suit England, but this pitch looks a real featherbed...

5.1

Broad to Taufeeq Umar, no run, very well left, round the wicket from Broad, angled into off stump and it wasn't too far away from the right-hander timber

5.2

Broad to Taufeeq Umar, no run, similar line and left more on length

5.3

Broad to Taufeeq Umar, no run, full and driven hard back to the bowler

5.4

Broad to Taufeeq Umar, 1 no ball, full and left outside off

5.4

Broad to Taufeeq Umar, no run, full and a mistimed drive up to mid off

5.5

Broad to Taufeeq Umar, 2 runs, this time Taufeeq gets it away past Cook at mid off, punching from a length

5.6

Broad to Taufeeq Umar, no run, left outside off stump

End of over 6 (3 runs) Pakistan 13/0
Taufeeq Umar    10* (17b 2x4)      SCJ Broad    3-1-4-0
Mohammad Hafeez    2* (20b)      JM Anderson    3-1-9-0

Looking watchful and in control these Pakistan openers...

6.1

Anderson to Mohammad Hafeez, FOUR, well driven through the covers and it races away, this is well timed, and it finds the rope

6.2

Anderson to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, length and shouldered arms

6.3

Anderson to Mohammad Hafeez, 1 run, well bowled by Anderson, and Haufeez doesn't know much about a ball that comes off the inside edge and runs behind square on the leg side

6.4

Anderson to Taufeeq Umar, no run, strikes the pad, brief cry as Taufeeq looked to play into the leg side and missed

6.5

Anderson to Taufeeq Umar, no run, back of a length now but well defended up on his toes

6.6

Anderson to Taufeeq Umar, no run, short and left outside off

End of over 7 (5 runs) Pakistan 18/0
Taufeeq Umar    10* (20b 2x4)      JM Anderson    4-1-14-0
Mohammad Hafeez    7* (23b 1x4)      SCJ Broad    3-1-4-0

7.1

Broad to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, back of a length, angled out to point

7.2

Broad to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, fuller and played forward to mid off

7.3

Broad to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, straighter and moved away to midwicket off the front foot

7.4

Broad to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, close to off stump and angled away again to point

7.5

Broad to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, touch wider and Hafeez able to leave

7.6

Broad to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, defended forward

End of over 8 (maiden) Pakistan 18/0
Mohammad Hafeez    7* (29b 1x4)      SCJ Broad    4-2-4-0
Taufeeq Umar    10* (20b 2x4)      JM Anderson    4-1-14-0

Solid start for Pakistan, like I said, if they get going they can really take a stranglehold of this series. There's a leg slip and a short leg...

8.1

Anderson to Taufeeq Umar, 4 byes, down the leg side and a diving Prior can't save it

8.2

Anderson to Taufeeq Umar, no run, back of a length and blocked to backward point

8.3

Anderson to Taufeeq Umar, no run, it's a bodyline-esque field and this is short and ducked

Panesar warming up, and early bowl perhaps for Monty...

8.4

Anderson to Taufeeq Umar, no run, another short ball, once again ducked beneath

8.5

Anderson to Taufeeq Umar, no run, fuller and left outside off stump

8.6

Anderson to Taufeeq Umar, 1 run, full on leg stump and whipped away with a flourish down to long leg

End of over 9 (5 runs) Pakistan 23/0
Taufeeq Umar    11* (26b 2x4)      JM Anderson    5-1-15-0
Mohammad Hafeez    7* (29b 1x4)      SCJ Broad    4-2-4-0

It is going to be Monty...his first bowl since the first Ashes Test of Cardiff 2009. Wasn't too effective in that match but did one hell of a job to save the match with the bat in that famous rearguard action with Anderson as the pair survived for 11 overs...But he's back with the ball now...

9.1

Panesar to Taufeeq Umar, 1 leg bye, straight away excitement as he finds a hint of turn and is worked away behind square on the leg side

9.2

Panesar to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, definite turn for Panesar away from the right hander, left alone outside off

9.3

Panesar to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, dragged down slightly and cut into the off side off the toe of the bat

9.4

Panesar to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, that's better, fuller and the batsman watches carefully to leave

9.5

Panesar to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, straighter and it's kept out into the leg side past short leg

9.6

Panesar to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, cut stroke again but he's too early on the stroke and gets a bottom edge into the ground

Encouraging start for Panesar...

End of over 10 (1 run, maiden) Pakistan 24/0
Mohammad Hafeez    7* (34b 1x4)      MS Panesar    1-1-0-0
Taufeeq Umar    11* (27b 2x4)      JM Anderson    5-1-15-0

More leg theory from Anderson...

10.1

Anderson to Taufeeq Umar, no run, full and driven to mid on

10.2

Anderson to Taufeeq Umar, no run, back of a length and guided down to short leg

10.3

Anderson to Taufeeq Umar, no run, short and ducked

10.4

Anderson to Taufeeq Umar, no run, back of a length and it comes up off gloves and body into the grill of Taufeeq, lodges there

10.5

Anderson to Taufeeq Umar, 1 no ball, overstepping and guided to point from the crease

10.5

Anderson to Taufeeq Umar, 1 run, straight and tucked to long leg

10.6

Anderson to Mohammad Hafeez, 1 run, full on off stump and dropped with soft hands into the off side and they take a single

End of over 11 (3 runs) Pakistan 27/0
Mohammad Hafeez    8* (35b 1x4)      JM Anderson    6-1-18-0
Taufeeq Umar    12* (33b 2x4)      MS Panesar    1-1-0-0

A patient start from the Pakistani openers, part being careful on the first morning, and part because England have bowled pretty well so far, no freebies. Back to Monty...

11.1

Panesar to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, full outside off and left, cries from round the wicket

11.2

Panesar to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, played from the crease into the off side

11.3

Panesar to Mohammad Hafeez, 3 runs, very nicely pushed away off the back foot, rocking back and using the pace to guide past backward point out to the boundary where Strauss has scrambled hard

11.4

Panesar to Taufeeq Umar, no run, fired in flat and taken down the leg side by Prior

11.5

Panesar to Taufeeq Umar, no run, cry of catch it and Taufeeq goes forward and tries to play with the spin...

Leg slip is now in place...

11.6

Panesar to Taufeeq Umar, no run, cry for leg before but probably outside off and not referred. Probably correct call

End of over 12 (3 runs) Pakistan 30/0
Taufeeq Umar    12* (36b 2x4)      MS Panesar    2-1-3-0
Mohammad Hafeez    11* (38b 1x4)      JM Anderson    6-1-18-0

And now it's going to be Swann replacing Anderson from the North end. There is definitely turn out there but slow...

12.1

Swann to Mohammad Hafeez, FOUR, it was a dangerous late cut against the spin first up but very well played behind square on the off side and he gets four to third man

12.2

Swann to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, off the pad and looping over short leg

12.3

Swann to Mohammad Hafeez, 2 runs, risky tactics but Haufeez gets the late cut away again

12.4

Swann to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, fuller and defended out to backward point

12.5

Swann to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, much more concerted forward push to mid off

12.6

Swann to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, played forward and turn past the inside edge onto the pad, outside the line

End of over 13 (6 runs) Pakistan 36/0
Mohammad Hafeez    17* (44b 2x4)      GP Swann    1-0-6-0
Taufeeq Umar    12* (36b 2x4)      MS Panesar    2-1-3-0

turn into the left hander and pushed to square leg

13.1

Panesar to Taufeeq Umar, 1 run, turn into the left hander and pushed to square leg

13.2

Panesar to Mohammad Hafeez, 2 runs, too short from Panesar and it sits up and asks to be cut away but the batsman misses out as Strauss chases out to the cover boundary

13.3

Panesar to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, this time cut straight to Strauss

13.4

Panesar to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, fuller and blocked into the off side

13.5

Panesar to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, driven to short extra cover

13.6

Panesar to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, well scrambled from Morgan at point to prevent the late cut getting away

End of over 14 (3 runs) Pakistan 39/0
Mohammad Hafeez    19* (49b 2x4)      MS Panesar    3-1-6-0
Taufeeq Umar    13* (37b 2x4)      GP Swann    1-0-6-0

Swann round the wicket...

14.1

Swann to Taufeeq Umar, no run, back of a length and cut into the off side

14.2

Swann to Taufeeq Umar, no run, straight into off stump and blocked

14.3

Swann to Taufeeq Umar, 2 runs, forward again and the batsman can adjust for the slow turn and angle away behind square on the off side

14.4

Swann to Taufeeq Umar, no run, full and pushed back to the bowler

14.5

Swann to Taufeeq Umar, no run, touch flatter and tucked to square leg

14.6

Swann to Taufeeq Umar, no run, tossed up on off stump and pushed to cover

that's the drinks break and Pakistan will be delighted. They've been, for the most part, in control of that first hour and are setting a platform. There's enough to keep England interested and they will be very pleased that they've played two spinners. It's a very slow surface but enough turn to keep the bowlers interested. Time for a green tea...

End of over 15 (2 runs) Pakistan 41/0
Taufeeq Umar    15* (43b 2x4)      GP Swann    2-0-8-0
Mohammad Hafeez    19* (49b 2x4)      MS Panesar    3-1-6-0

Thanks Alex. By the way has Monty gotten slimmer? No that I need any tips. I'm a 6ft 2 beanpole anyway

15.1

Panesar to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, tossed up on middle and leg and defended

Hafeez backs away as. Some distractions

15.2

Panesar to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, defends inside out towards mid-off

15.3

Panesar to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, goes back at the crease and defends to the off side

15.4

Panesar to Mohammad Hafeez, FOUR, very easily played, goes back at the crease, not much width but the batsman makes enough room to slice it past point

15.5

Panesar to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, comes well forward and defends, no turn at all

15.6

Panesar to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, gets well forward and defends to short cover

Alex replies on Monty: "Probably...he's worked hard on his fitness, including training with the New South Wales Warathas rugby team at one point. He's definitely improved his cricket since he last played for England..."

End of over 16 (4 runs) Pakistan 45/0
Mohammad Hafeez    23* (55b 3x4)      MS Panesar    4-1-10-0
Taufeeq Umar    15* (43b 2x4)      GP Swann    2-0-8-0

16.1

Swann to Taufeeq Umar, 1 run, skids through, goes back at the crease and clips it to the on side

16.2

Swann to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, that skidder again but Hafeez manages to get behind the line to defend

16.3

Swann to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, goes back and softly clips it to the on side

16.4

Swann to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, jabbed towards point and he thinks of a single

16.5

Swann to Mohammad Hafeez, 1 run, floated on middle and leg, tucked to the on side

16.6

Swann to Taufeeq Umar, no run, appeal for an lbw! Swann from round the wicket, Taufeeq comes forward, the ball lands on off and straightens and hits him on the back leg as he gets forward to defend, Strauss thought of a review but they decided against it, perhaps that was a bit too high

End of over 17 (2 runs) Pakistan 47/0
Taufeeq Umar    16* (45b 2x4)      GP Swann    3-0-10-0
Mohammad Hafeez    24* (59b 3x4)      MS Panesar    4-1-10-0

17.1

Panesar to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, gets well forward and defends

17.2

Panesar to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, inside edge to the on side as he gets forward to defend

17.3

Panesar to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, pushes it softly towards short point

Hawkeye showed the ball hitting the top of the leg stump but I reckon a fair call by the umpire

17.4

Panesar to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, defends it with soft hands

17.5

Panesar to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, commits forward and defends down the pitch

17.6

Panesar to Mohammad Hafeez, FOUR, deftly played, not much width outside off but he opens the face and plays a delicate late cut wide of slip, the fielder gives up the chase

End of over 18 (4 runs) Pakistan 51/0
Mohammad Hafeez    28* (65b 4x4)      MS Panesar    5-1-14-0
Taufeeq Umar    16* (45b 2x4)      GP Swann    3-0-10-0

18.1

Swann to Taufeeq Umar, no run, turn and bounce! Just beats the batsman's forward prod

18.2

Swann to Taufeeq Umar, no run, goes back and defends with soft hands

18.3

Swann to Taufeeq Umar, OUT, Taufeeq had no idea where his off stump was! Lands on the off stump and goes through with the arm, Taufeeq didn't offer a shot and the ball hammered the off stump and dislodged it. Swann did well to keep him guessing just two balls earlier

Taufeeq Umar b Swann 16 (75m 48b 2x4 0x6) SR: 33.33

Azhar Ali walks in. Slip, silly point and short leg in

18.4

Swann to Azhar Ali, no run, gets well forward and smothers the spin

18.5

Swann to Azhar Ali, 1 run, clips it off his pads wide of short leg

18.6

Swann to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, quicker through the air and defended on the front foot

End of over 19 (1 run) Pakistan 52/1
Mohammad Hafeez    28* (66b 4x4)      GP Swann    4-0-11-1
Azhar Ali    1* (2b)      MS Panesar    5-1-14-0

19.1

Panesar to Azhar Ali, no run, tucked softly towards mid-on

19.2

Panesar to Azhar Ali, no run, watchfully leaves it alone, just a hint of turn this time

still 3 men around the bat

19.3

Panesar to Azhar Ali, no run, squeezes it to the off side on the front foot

19.4

Panesar to Azhar Ali, no run, beats him fair and square! Monty gets some appreciable turn and it sneaks past the stumps as he goes back at the crease

19.5

Panesar to Azhar Ali, 2 runs, gets forward and pushes it just wide of mid-off

19.6

Panesar to Azhar Ali, no run, stays back and defends on the back foot

End of over 20 (2 runs) Pakistan 54/1
Azhar Ali    3* (8b)      MS Panesar    6-1-16-0
Mohammad Hafeez    28* (66b 4x4)      GP Swann    4-0-11-1

20.1

Swann to Mohammad Hafeez, 1 run, goes back and tucks it to the on side

20.2

Swann to Azhar Ali, 1 run, clips it wide of short fine leg for a single

20.3

Swann to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, hits him on the pad as he shapes to defend, but it was missing leg I reckon

20.4

Swann to Mohammad Hafeez, 1 run, pushes it wide of short cover

20.5

Swann to Azhar Ali, no run, gets across and defends to the off side

20.6

Swann to Azhar Ali, no run

End of over 21 (3 runs) Pakistan 57/1
Azhar Ali    4* (11b)      GP Swann    5-0-14-1
Mohammad Hafeez    30* (69b 4x4)      MS Panesar    6-1-16-0

21.1

Panesar to Mohammad Hafeez, 1 run, goes back and knocks it to the sweeper on the off side

21.2

Panesar to Azhar Ali, no run, beaten! Turn outside the off stump and sneaks past the outside edge, seemed like 2 sounds

21.3

Panesar to Azhar Ali, no run

21.4

Panesar to Azhar Ali, 1 run, squeezes it just wide of the diving short cover fielder

21.5

Panesar to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, goes back and tucks it towards short leg who deflects it

21.6

Panesar to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, punched off the back foot and there's a misfield by short cover but it doesn't cost anything

End of over 22 (2 runs) Pakistan 59/1
Mohammad Hafeez    31* (72b 4x4)      MS Panesar    7-1-18-0
Azhar Ali    5* (14b)      GP Swann    5-0-14-1

22.1

Swann to Azhar Ali, no run, floated outside the off stump and he pushes it wide of cover

22.2

Swann to Azhar Ali, 2 runs, tucks it with the turn down to the deep on the leg side, the fielder slides and cuts it off

22.3

Swann to Azhar Ali, no run, defends with soft hands down the track

22.4

Swann to Azhar Ali, no run, and another one beats him, this one sneaks past the outside edge as he stays back to defend

22.5

Swann to Azhar Ali, no run, goes back and clips it just wide of short leg

22.6

Swann to Azhar Ali, no run, goes back and across and defends down the track

End of over 23 (2 runs) Pakistan 61/1
Azhar Ali    7* (20b)      GP Swann    6-0-16-1
Mohammad Hafeez    31* (72b 4x4)      MS Panesar    7-1-18-0

23.1

Panesar to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, gets forward and pushes it towards cover

23.2

Panesar to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, outside edge just sneaks past slip as he shapes to defend, perhaps have another slip in?

23.3

Panesar to Mohammad Hafeez, no run

23.4

Panesar to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, Dropped Hafeez gets forward and spoons it hard back to Monty's left, he's not quick enough and the ball spills out of his hand

23.5

Panesar to Mohammad Hafeez, OUT, the drop didn't cost anything for England, Panesar bowls the arm ball and Hafeez stays back at the crease and the ball skids through the gap between bat and pad, Hafeez didn't account for the quicker one

Mohammad Hafeez b Panesar 31 (93m 77b 4x4 0x6) SR: 40.25

Younis Khan walks in

23.6

Panesar to Younis Khan, no run, tossed up on middle and leg and defended off the full face of the bat

End of over 24 (wicket maiden) Pakistan 61/2
Younis Khan    0* (1b)      MS Panesar    8-2-18-1
Azhar Ali    7* (20b)      GP Swann    6-0-16-1

24.1

Swann to Azhar Ali, no run, quicker through the air and defended on the front foot

24.2

Swann to Azhar Ali, no run, defended solidly on the front foot again

24.3

Swann to Azhar Ali, no run, lunges forward and defends

24.4

Swann to Azhar Ali, no run, defended in front of middle and leg

24.5

Swann to Azhar Ali, no run, nudges it down to short leg

24.6

Swann to Azhar Ali, no run, gets forward and blocks it down to silly point

End of over 25 (maiden) Pakistan 61/2
Azhar Ali    7* (26b)      GP Swann    7-1-16-1
Younis Khan    0* (1b)      MS Panesar    8-2-18-1

25.1

Panesar to Younis Khan, no run, gets forward and knocks it to the off side

25.2

Panesar to Younis Khan, no run

25.3

Panesar to Younis Khan, 1 run, clipped off the pads just wide of mid-on for a single

2 slips and a short leg now

25.4

Panesar to Azhar Ali, no run, this one keeps a bit low and turns, Azhar watchfully leaves it alone

Kamran: 'Of the 14 matches that Misbah has captained (including this), he has won the toss 8 times, and it is only the second time he has decided to bat first, although essentially all of these matches were played on pitches that were good for batting. This shows a more positive approach from the defensive man."

25.5

Panesar to Azhar Ali, 1 run, gets well forward and squeezes it towards the off side

25.6

Panesar to Younis Khan, no run, defends and the ball drops wide of second slip

End of over 26 (2 runs) Pakistan 63/2
Younis Khan    1* (5b)      MS Panesar    9-2-20-1
Azhar Ali    8* (28b)      GP Swann    7-1-16-1

Stuart Broad gives Swann a rest. The over-rate not surprisingly, is great

26.1

Broad to Azhar Ali, no run, lands it just wide of the off stump and easily left alone

Broad has two slips

26.2

Broad to Azhar Ali, no run, bowls lands it outside off and he safely left alone

26.3

Broad to Azhar Ali, no run

26.4

Broad to Azhar Ali, 2 runs

26.5

Broad to Azhar Ali, no run, bangs it in short and he safely leaves it alone to the keeper

26.6

Broad to Azhar Ali, no run, fullish in length outside off and he safely leaves it alone

End of over 27 (2 runs) Pakistan 65/2
Azhar Ali    10* (34b)      SCJ Broad    5-2-6-0
Younis Khan    1* (5b)      MS Panesar    9-2-20-1

27.1

Panesar to Younis Khan, no run, goes back and defends it back to the bowler

27.2

Panesar to Younis Khan, 1 run, nudges it down to short square leg for a single

27.3

Panesar to Azhar Ali, no run, flatter delivery and defended to the off side

27.4

Panesar to Azhar Ali, no run, goes through straight and he defends

27.5

Panesar to Azhar Ali, no run, pushes this one back to the bowler

27.6

Panesar to Azhar Ali, no run, spins away and nearly takes the outside edge, Monty's looking dangerous again

End of over 28 (1 run) Pakistan 66/2
Azhar Ali    10* (38b)      MS Panesar    10-2-21-1
Younis Khan    2* (7b)      SCJ Broad    5-2-6-0

28.1

Broad to Younis Khan, no run, good length delivery pushed to the off side

28.2

Broad to Younis Khan, no run, full outside the off stump and he pushes it to point

28.3

Broad to Younis Khan, no run, lands it outside off and gets it to nip back in, traps him on the pads and perhaps struck him outside the line

28.4

Broad to Younis Khan, no run, defends it back to the bowler

28.5

Broad to Younis Khan, 1 run, clips it down to mid-on for a single

28.6

Broad to Azhar Ali, no run

End of over 29 (1 run) Pakistan 67/2
Azhar Ali    10* (39b)      SCJ Broad    6-2-7-0
Younis Khan    3* (12b)      MS Panesar    10-2-21-1

29.1

Panesar to Younis Khan, 1 run, works it just wide of mid-on for a single

29.2

Panesar to Azhar Ali, no run, flatter delivery, defended back to the bowler

29.3

Panesar to Azhar Ali, 2 runs, gets forward and he clips it just wide of midwicket for a couple

29.4

Panesar to Azhar Ali, no run

29.5

Panesar to Azhar Ali, no run, defends and gets an inside edge just wide of short leg

29.6

Panesar to Azhar Ali, no run, stays back and defends with soft hands

End of over 30 (3 runs) Pakistan 70/2
Azhar Ali    12* (44b)      MS Panesar    11-2-24-1
Younis Khan    4* (13b)      SCJ Broad    6-2-7-0

30 overs already. We're racing

30.1

Broad to Younis Khan, no run, goes back at the crease and tucks it softly to the on side

30.2

Broad to Younis Khan, no run, lands it outside the off stump and he safely leaves it alone

30.3

Broad to Younis Khan, 1 run, drives forward and mid-off slides to his right and saves at least a couple of runs

30.4

Broad to Azhar Ali, 1 run, fullish in length on middle and leg, worked away to the on side

Silly mid-on in place

30.5

Broad to Younis Khan, 1 run, drifts on the body and he clips it just wide of midwicket

30.6

Broad to Azhar Ali, no run, England nearly go into lunch with another! Short of a length delivery and it squares him up completely for room, Azhar was all over the place at the crease but somehow managed to keep his bat, hint of movement too after pitching

12.00: Well a testing session for Pakistan with the spinners in tandem. The damage done wasn't quite the same as the first session in Dubai but the bowlers still asked a lot of questions. Taufeeq didn't know where his off stump was and Hafeez wasn't ready for the arm ball. All this will keep Ajmal and Co interested.

It promises to be another testing session for the batsmen. Pitch doesn't seem so placid now does it? Younis will have to lead the way in this stand. Join us in 40 minutes, at 12.40.

End of over 31 (3 runs) Pakistan 73/2
Azhar Ali    13* (46b)      SCJ Broad    7-2-10-0
Younis Khan    6* (17b)      MS Panesar    11-2-24-1

Welcome back. Panesar to continue

31.1

Panesar to Younis Khan, 1 run, eased away with a flick of the wrists to the on side

The crowd's still very thin but that's understandable because it's a weekday

31.2

Panesar to Azhar Ali, no run, lunges forward and defends to the on side

31.3

Panesar to Azhar Ali, 1 run, comes forward to the pitch of the ball, chips down and pushes it just wide of mid-off for a quick single

31.4

Panesar to Younis Khan, no run, gets well forward and defends to the on side

31.5

Panesar to Younis Khan, no run, lunges forward and smothers the spin

31.6

Panesar to Younis Khan, no run, opens the face of the bat and steers it to the off side

End of over 32 (2 runs) Pakistan 75/2
Younis Khan    7* (21b)      MS Panesar    12-2-26-1
Azhar Ali    14* (48b)      SCJ Broad    7-2-10-0

2 slips and a gully for Broad

32.1

Broad to Azhar Ali, no run, loosener outside off, not much pace on that and safely left alone

32.2

Broad to Azhar Ali, no run, gets it t sneak closer to the off stump but Azhar does well to leave it

32.3

Broad to Azhar Ali, no run, full on the off stump and driven down towards mid-off, neat drive

32.4

Broad to Azhar Ali, no run, drops the length a bit back and he gets right behind the line to defend

32.5

Broad to Azhar Ali, no run, on the pads and he softly pats it to mid-on

32.6

Broad to Azhar Ali, FOUR, lovely punch, half volley on middle and leg and he punches it through the line wide of mid-on, didn't hit it too hard

End of over 33 (4 runs) Pakistan 79/2
Azhar Ali    18* (54b 1x4)      SCJ Broad    8-2-14-0
Younis Khan    7* (21b)      MS Panesar    12-2-26-1

33.1

Panesar to Younis Khan, no run, full and defended on off stump

33.2

Panesar to Younis Khan, no run, beautiful from Monty, younis pushing for it and gets beaten outside off, a fine delivery

33.3

Panesar to Younis Khan, FOUR, punched down the ground past Panesar's right hand, partly stopped, and it runs down to the long off rope

33.4

Panesar to Younis Khan, no run, waited for and pushed into the off side off the front foot

33.5

Panesar to Younis Khan, no run, tucked away again behind square on the off side, opening the face

33.6

Panesar to Younis Khan, 4 runs, powerfully swept, no one out in the deep and it runs away to the square boundary, they run four

End of over 34 (8 runs) Pakistan 87/2
Younis Khan    15* (27b 1x4)      MS Panesar    13-2-34-1
Azhar Ali    18* (54b 1x4)      SCJ Broad    8-2-14-0

34.1

Broad to Azhar Ali, 1 run, length ball, dropped into the off side and they take a sharp single

34.2

Broad to Younis Khan, no run, length outside off and left alone

34.3

Broad to Younis Khan, FOUR, nicely driven away through the covers, well timed and it races to the extra cover boundary

34.4

Broad to Younis Khan, no run, length outside off and defended on the back foot

34.5

Broad to Younis Khan, no run, pushed forward and dropped out on the off side

34.6

Broad to Younis Khan, no run, dropped out behind square with an opening off the face, a short single

End of over 35 (5 runs) Pakistan 92/2
Younis Khan    19* (32b 2x4)      SCJ Broad    9-2-19-0
Azhar Ali    19* (55b 1x4)      MS Panesar    13-2-34-1

35.1

Panesar to Azhar Ali, 1 run, waited for in the crease and punched out through the off side

35.2

Panesar to Younis Khan, no run, covered up on off stump

35.3

Panesar to Younis Khan, no run, once more off a good-er length (artistic licence)

35.4

Panesar to Younis Khan, FOUR, swept powerfully again and wonderfully executed out to the square boundary, better timed on this occassion

35.5

Panesar to Younis Khan, 1 run, man now out on the sweep and this tucked into the gap on the leg side and they take a single

35.6

Panesar to Azhar Ali, no run, a shuffle down the track and nudge up to mid on

End of over 36 (6 runs) Pakistan 98/2
Azhar Ali    20* (57b 1x4)      MS Panesar    14-2-40-1
Younis Khan    24* (36b 3x4)      SCJ Broad    9-2-19-0

Very good start for Pakistan, in particular Khan trying to get on top of Panesar...

36.1

Broad to Younis Khan, no run, left outside off

36.2

Broad to Younis Khan, OUT, full and back goes the off stump! Seemed to play all round a ball angled into the pads. Khan was trying to go leg side but got nowhere near it playing across the line, the ball comes off the pad and cannons into off stump, sending it cartwheeling back. It did nip back a touch, very good from Broad

Younis Khan b Broad 24 (44m 38b 3x4 0x6) SR: 63.15

What a breakthrough for England, fine player to remove cheaply. Now the skipper to the crease...

36.3

Broad to Misbah-ul-Haq, no run, full and defended forward

36.4

Broad to Misbah-ul-Haq, no run, a similar stroke from the calm, collected captain

36.5

Broad to Misbah-ul-Haq, no run, once more blocked on off stump

36.6

Broad to Misbah-ul-Haq, no run, length on off stump and tucked into the leg side

Fine over from Broad. He runs in with purpose no matter where he is...

End of over 37 (wicket maiden) Pakistan 98/3
Misbah-ul-Haq    0* (4b)      SCJ Broad    10-3-19-1
Azhar Ali    20* (57b 1x4)      MS Panesar    14-2-40-1

So now England very much on top and Pakistan need a partnership...

37.1

Panesar to Azhar Ali, no run, full and left outside off

37.2

Panesar to Azhar Ali, no run, full on off stump and blocked

37.3

Panesar to Azhar Ali, no run, tucked into the off side from a good length

37.4

Panesar to Azhar Ali, no run, a skip down again from Ali but blocked forward up to mid off

37.5

Panesar to Azhar Ali, no run, once more trying to use the feet but blocked away

37.6

Panesar to Azhar Ali, 3 runs, little bit of enticing width offered by Panesar and Ali reaches out to drive and plays it nicely past extra cover out to the boundary

100 up...

End of over 38 (3 runs) Pakistan 101/3
Azhar Ali    23* (63b 1x4)      MS Panesar    15-2-43-1
Misbah-ul-Haq    0* (4b)      SCJ Broad    10-3-19-1

If England can get rid of the rock, Misbah, early then they could have Pakistan in some bother...

38.1

Broad to Azhar Ali, no run, length and defended on off stump from the crease

38.2

Broad to Azhar Ali, no run, another nip-backer from Broad and its left alone coming very close to the off stump

38.3

Broad to Azhar Ali, 1 run, now a big shout for leg before, they take a single, the umpire gives runs so Mr Oxenford thinks Ali hit it...he didn't but probably going over the top

38.4

Broad to Misbah-ul-Haq, no run, wide of off and left alone

38.5

Broad to Misbah-ul-Haq, no run, wide of off stump and shouldered arms

38.6

Broad to Misbah-ul-Haq, 1 run, too straight and worked down to long leg where Monty does the work

End of over 39 (2 runs) Pakistan 103/3
Misbah-ul-Haq    1* (7b)      SCJ Broad    11-3-21-1
Azhar Ali    24* (66b 1x4)      MS Panesar    15-2-43-1

I'd be intrigued by the hawk-eye for that leg before shout...he was forward just enough perhaps...

39.1

Panesar to Misbah-ul-Haq, no run, forward to a ball on off stump and defended

39.2

Panesar to Misbah-ul-Haq, no run, shout for leg before again but a big edge into the pad

39.3

Panesar to Misbah-ul-Haq, no run, now bat only on off stump

39.4

Panesar to Misbah-ul-Haq, no run, reached for outside off and defended into the covers

39.5

Panesar to Misbah-ul-Haq, no run, defended on off stump

39.6

Panesar to Misbah-ul-Haq, no run, flatter and quicker and pushed into the off side

End of over 40 (maiden) Pakistan 103/3
Misbah-ul-Haq    1* (13b)      MS Panesar    16-3-43-1
Azhar Ali    24* (66b 1x4)      SCJ Broad    11-3-21-1

40.1

Broad to Azhar Ali, no run, good line on off stump and pushed forward into the covers

40.2

Broad to Azhar Ali, OUT, fine delivery and got him! Another beauty from Broady, nipping back just enough to beat the inside edge and the attempted drive for Ali, once more the off stump is sent pinging back towards Prior. Its been great length bowling from Broad, drawing the batsman forward and they've been found wanting against the seaming ball, it's only slight movement but it's enough

Azhar Ali b Broad 24 (78m 68b 1x4 0x6) SR: 35.29

England now totally in charge...

40.3

Broad to Asad Shafiq, no run, back on that great length and defended from the crease

40.4

Broad to Asad Shafiq, no run, wide of off stump and left alone

40.5

Broad to Asad Shafiq, 1 run, turned away from middle and off down to long leg

40.6

Broad to Misbah-ul-Haq, no run, back of a length on off stump and blocked from the crease

End of over 41 (1 run) Pakistan 104/4
Misbah-ul-Haq    1* (14b)      SCJ Broad    12-3-22-2
Asad Shafiq    1* (3b)      MS Panesar    16-3-43-1

Nothing to do with the pitch at all those two wickets for Broady, just brilliant simply bowling, probing away on off stump on a great length and presenting the seam...

41.1

Panesar to Asad Shafiq, no run, good length and draws Shafiq forward, pushed into the off side

41.2

Panesar to Asad Shafiq, no run, sliding into off stump and defended forward

41.3

Panesar to Asad Shafiq, no run, driven back to the bowler and Panesar dives to his left to save

41.4

Panesar to Asad Shafiq, no run, blocked on off stump

41.5

Panesar to Asad Shafiq, no run, coming forward again on off stump and blocked on the bounce to silly point

41.6

Panesar to Asad Shafiq, no run, defended again on off stump

TV chaps talking about Panesar's hard work, that I touched upon early. Afforded his own trip to Australia over the winter to work on his game playing grade cricket, he's very dedicated...

End of over 42 (maiden) Pakistan 104/4
Asad Shafiq    1* (9b)      MS Panesar    17-4-43-1
Misbah-ul-Haq    1* (14b)      SCJ Broad    12-3-22-2

Broad also very dedicated, went on a strict 2,000-calorie-a-day diet in the autumn

42.1

Broad to Misbah-ul-Haq, no run, outside off and left alone

42.2

Broad to Misbah-ul-Haq, 1 run, tucked behind square on the off side from the crease

42.3

Broad to Asad Shafiq, no run, reaching forward, pushed out to point

42.4

Broad to Asad Shafiq, no run, full and outside off, left alone

42.5

Broad to Asad Shafiq, no run, back of a length and dropped into the off side

42.6

Broad to Asad Shafiq, no run, strikes the pad, sliding down, and runs into the leg side

End of over 43 (1 run) Pakistan 105/4
Asad Shafiq    1* (13b)      SCJ Broad    13-3-23-2
Misbah-ul-Haq    2* (16b)      MS Panesar    17-4-43-1

Misbah is the man who can settle things for his side and guide them away from this tricky predicament...

43.1

Panesar to Misbah-ul-Haq, SIX, or he could smash Panesar over long on for six!! Interesting from the sedate skipper...

43.2

Panesar to Misbah-ul-Haq, SIX, goodness me once more! Hammered out of the meat of the bat over long on...that is madness from Misbah, nobody in their right mind would have predicated this from him!

43.3

Panesar to Misbah-ul-Haq, no run, now left outside off

He's managed to get a man out to the long on fence, negative move and no need, let him try and smash it against the spin...

43.4

Panesar to Misbah-ul-Haq, no run, defended on off stump forward

43.5

Panesar to Misbah-ul-Haq, no run, covered up on off stump

43.6

Panesar to Misbah-ul-Haq, no run, tucked into the leg side, flashes past short leg, was there an edge? Perhaps not. It evades Cook anyway

End of over 44 (12 runs) Pakistan 117/4
Misbah-ul-Haq    14* (22b 2x6)      MS Panesar    18-4-55-1
Asad Shafiq    1* (13b)      SCJ Broad    13-3-23-2

A powerful riposte from Misbah there, really was a surprise. Broad looked like being removed from the attack but is going to bowl one more...

44.1

Broad to Asad Shafiq, no run, left outside off

44.2

Broad to Asad Shafiq, no run, back of a length on off stump and defended into the off side

44.3

Broad to Asad Shafiq, no run, back of a length just outside off and the batsman was fending for it, needed to drop the hands much quicker

44.4

Broad to Asad Shafiq, 1 run, taken from middle stump and tucked into midwicket off the front foot

44.5

Broad to Misbah-ul-Haq, no run, angling into the right hander, strikes the pad as Misbah tries to turn it away

44.6

Broad to Misbah-ul-Haq, no run, coming forward, gets an inside edge into the pad

End of over 45 (1 run) Pakistan 118/4
Misbah-ul-Haq    14* (24b 2x6)      SCJ Broad    14-3-24-2
Asad Shafiq    2* (17b)      MS Panesar    18-4-55-1

45.1

Panesar to Asad Shafiq, no run, Monty on off stump and dropped into the off side

45.2

Panesar to Asad Shafiq, no run, waited for an rocked back, cut to cover

45.3

Panesar to Asad Shafiq, no run, played forward on the bounce to silly point

45.4

Panesar to Asad Shafiq, no run, more flight from Panesar but defended again forward

45.5

Panesar to Asad Shafiq, no run, pushed forward into the off side

45.6

Panesar to Asad Shafiq, no run, nudged to silly point again

End of over 46 (maiden) Pakistan 118/4
Asad Shafiq    2* (23b)      MS Panesar    19-5-55-1
Misbah-ul-Haq    14* (24b 2x6)      SCJ Broad    14-3-24-2

It's going to be seam to continue with Anderson replacing Broad...

46.1

Anderson to Misbah-ul-Haq, no run, off stump and played forward, pushed out on the off side with soft hands behind square

46.2

Anderson to Misbah-ul-Haq, no run, back foot drive to extra cover

46.3

Anderson to Misbah-ul-Haq, no run, fuller but back goes Misbah and defended

46.4

Anderson to Misbah-ul-Haq, no run, this brings the captain forward and he plays up on the off side

46.5

Anderson to Misbah-ul-Haq, no run, forward again and blocked

46.6

Anderson to Misbah-ul-Haq, no run, forward again and blocked on off stump

End of over 47 (maiden) Pakistan 118/4
Misbah-ul-Haq    14* (30b 2x6)      JM Anderson    7-2-18-0
Asad Shafiq    2* (23b)      MS Panesar    19-5-55-1

A haze on the camera, bit of desert being blown across the ground...

47.1

Panesar to Asad Shafiq, no run, Panesar back of a length and its pushed back to him

47.2

Panesar to Asad Shafiq, no run, middle and off now and blocked off the front foot

47.3

Panesar to Asad Shafiq, no run, fuller again and pushed back up the ground

47.4

Panesar to Asad Shafiq, no run, a better length, not quite as full, and defended forward

47.5

Panesar to Asad Shafiq, no run, rocking forward once more and pushed up on the leg side

47.6

Panesar to Asad Shafiq, 2 runs, but now dragged down giving Shafiq the chance to flick into the leg side and pick up two

Great hour for England. They'll be taking drinks very pleased with themselves, well on top. Can they sneak into the lower order with another breakthrough or two before tea and really stamp their authority on this first day. They've got to get through Misbah first...

End of over 48 (2 runs) Pakistan 120/4
Asad Shafiq    4* (29b)      MS Panesar    20-5-57-1
Misbah-ul-Haq    14* (30b 2x6)      JM Anderson    7-2-18-0

Thanks Alex. Misbah's a fighter and it won't be easy to dislodge him. Ram writes: "All the 4 batsman have been bowled :) . Luckily dravid is not in the same scorecard which might read as all the 5 batsman being bowled."

Apparently this is the first time Pakistan's top four have been bowled

48.1

Anderson to Misbah-ul-Haq, no run, fuller delivery and pushed towards mid-on softly

48.2

Anderson to Misbah-ul-Haq, 1 run, he has a bit of time to open the face of the bat and dab it down to third man

48.3

Anderson to Asad Shafiq, 1 run, kicked up a bit and he adjusted well by jabbing it just wide of point

short leg and silly mid-on wait

48.4

Anderson to Misbah-ul-Haq, no run, fullish delivery and he stays back and defends with soft hands

48.5

Anderson to Misbah-ul-Haq, no run, stays back at the crease and defends down the track

48.6

Anderson to Misbah-ul-Haq, no run, that was a boundary ball but Anderson was lucky he had short leg to intercept that, whipped off the pads but straight to that fielder

End of over 49 (2 runs) Pakistan 122/4
Misbah-ul-Haq    15* (35b 2x6)      JM Anderson    8-2-20-0
Asad Shafiq    5* (30b)      MS Panesar    20-5-57-1

49.1

Panesar to Asad Shafiq, no run, gets beside the line and defends to the off side

49.2

Panesar to Asad Shafiq, SIX, attack is the way to go, Shafiq uses his feet on seeing the flight and he lofts it cleanly over long-off

49.3

Panesar to Asad Shafiq, no run, gets forward and drives it firmly down to mid-off

49.4

Panesar to Asad Shafiq, no run, commits to the front foot and defends with a dead bat

49.5

Panesar to Asad Shafiq, no run, opens the face of the bat and steers it towards point

49.6

Panesar to Asad Shafiq, no run, rocks back and cuts him firmly towards cover point

Time to give Panesar a break and bring in Swann

End of over 50 (6 runs) Pakistan 128/4
Asad Shafiq    11* (36b 1x6)      MS Panesar    21-5-63-1
Misbah-ul-Haq    15* (35b 2x6)      JM Anderson    8-2-20-0
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