Close of Play

  • Wed, 15 Oct - day 1 - Pakistan A 1st innings 305/8 (Asad Shafiq 108*, Ehsan Adil 0*, 90 ov)
  • Thu, 16 Oct - day 2 - Australia 1st innings 273/8 (BJ Haddin 38*, SNJ O'Keefe 4*, 90 ov)
  • Fri, 17 Oct - day 3 - Pakistan A 2nd innings 306/3 (Haris Sohail 103*, Babar Azam 114*, 90 ov)
  • Sat, 18 Oct - day 4 - Australia 2nd innings 185 (51.3 ov) - end of match

Match Notes

Australians 4th innings Partnerships

WktRunsPlayers
1st4CJL RogersPJ Hughes
2nd5MJ ClarkePJ Hughes
3rd40PJ HughesGJ Maxwell
4th68PJ HughesMR Marsh
5th0JP FaulknerPJ Hughes
6th10PM SiddlePJ Hughes
7th26PM SiddleMA Starc
8th24SNJ O'KeefePM Siddle
9th6BW HilfenhausPM Siddle
10th2BW HilfenhausNM Lyon
  • Waqar keen to exploit Australia's weaknesses

    Pakistan coach Waqar Younis has said his side has spotted certain "weaknesses" in Australia during their tour-game defeat in Sharjah, and they will be looking to exploit that once the Test series gets underway

  • Australians done by spin, reverse swing

    Phillip Hughes conceded that his team found it difficult to deal with spin and reverse swing, after Australians crumbled to a 153-run loss against Pakistan A in Sharjah

  • Australians crumble to 153-run loss

    Phillip Hughes scored a half-century but Michael Clarke and Chris Rogers missed out on their last chance for some decent time in the middle ahead of the first Test, as Pakistan A wrapped up a 153-run victory in the tour game in Sharjah

  • Haider swaps dirhams for Australian deliveries

    On the first two days of this game, Saqlain Haider was working in a bank, dealing with dirhams from 8am until 4pm. On day three, he was standing behind the stumps negotiating nasty Mitchell Johnson deliveries.

  • Lyon, O'Keefe make Test case for spin

    Playing two spinners has not brought Australia much success in the post-Warne era, but the UAE might prove the exception