Pakistan elect to bat in second test v Australia

Pakistan elect to bat in second test v Australia 

Pakistan elect to bat in second test v Australia
Pakistan elect to bat in second test v Australia 

Pakistan commander Sarfraz Ahmed won the hurl and chose to bat first in the second and last test against Australia in Abu Dhabi on Tuesday, keeping money that a front of grass on the wicket would rapidly dry out and leave a featherbed pitch. 
Pakistan named two debutants in Fakhar Zaman, who replaces the harmed opening batsman Imam-ul-Haq, and left-arm seamer Mir Hamza, who came in for Wahab Riaz after the paceman went wicketless in the attracted first test Dubai. 

Tim Paine's Australia, offering to win their first arrangement in Asia since 2011, are unaltered from Dubai, where they dove somewhere down in an epic fourth innings rearguard to spare the match. 
Notwithstanding the green-tinged strip, Paine said he would likewise have batted first. 

"I figure we would have had a bat, yet what's the well-known axiom? In the event that there's anything there, it will be there in the primary hour, I figure," the wicketkeeper said. 
"We absolutely picked up a ton from that second innings specifically (in Dubai), so we are very brave. Ideally, we can get two or three early wickets and get directly into their center request." 

Groups

Pakistan – Fakhar Zaman, Mohammad Hafeez, Azhar Ali, Haris Sohail, Babar Azam, Asad Shafiq, Sarfraz Ahmed (skipper), Mir Hamza, Bilal Asif, Mohammad Abbas, Yasir Shah. 
Australia – Usman Khawaja, Aaron Finch, Shaun Marsh, Mitchell Marsh, Travis Head, Marcus Labuschangne, Tim Paine (skipper), Mitchell Starc, Peter Siddle, Nathan Lyon, Jon Holland.

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