Azhar Ali News
At the end of the day four's play, skipper Azhar Ali and Babar Azam were unbeaten at their respective scores of 29 and four. Pakistan are still trailing England by an innings and 210 runs with just a day to spare. England had earlier declared their first-innings at 583/8, with Zak Crawly (267) and Jos Buttler (152) being the top scorers for the hosts.
England bundled out Pakistan for 273 runs in their first-innings and enforced a follow-on before bad light forced early stumps on Day 3. Pakistan are still trailing England by 310 runs in the third and series-deciding Test. The hosts had earlier declared their first-innings at 583 for eight on the second day of final Test against Pakistan.
At the end of the opening day's play, Crawley and Jos Buttler were batting at the crease at their respective scores of 171 and 87. England won the toss and opted to bat first in the series-deciding third and final clash. England are currently leading the ongoing series by 1-0 after winning the opening Test against Pakistan by three wickets in Manchester.
England will go into the upcoming Test against Pakistan with the same side that settled for a draw in the second match. The hosts are currently leading the Test series 1-0 after winning the opening Test against Pakistan by three wickets in Manchester. Pakistan will look to rebound strongly and come up with a solid performance with both bat and bowl to settle for 1-1 draw.
Pakistan were standing at a score of 223 for nine in their first-innings against England at the end of second day At stumps, Mohammad Rizwan and Naseem Shah were unbeaten at the crease at their respective scores of 60 and one Pakistan are currently trailing 0-1 in the three-match Test series against England