After a solid bowling display in the first innings and dismissing Pakistan for an average total, England have once again put up a good performance with the ball in the second innings as well and would aim to grab the remaining seven wicket on Day 4 of the Test match at the Sharjah Cricket Ground on Wedensday, feels James Taylor. Earlier, speaking on his performance, Taylor said, “I scored a few runs at the World Cup on the pitches in Australia and there’s quite a lot of seam bowled in England. I back myself against the seamers in South Africa, and I probably prefer a bit more pace on the ball so hopefully the bounce in SA will help me – the pace and bounce from their quick bowlers – and I love playing the bouncing ball as well.” SCORECARD: Pakistan vs England 2015, 3rd Test at Sharjah

Taylor admitted it was frustrating to be sidelined. “It’s been a frustrating three years, trying to get back in the side,” said Taylor, who praised England’s new-ball bowlers James Anderson and Stuart Broad. That was an outstanding spell, and exactly what we needed,” said Taylor of the pacemen who shared six wickets in Pakistan’s first innings. Both have grabbed a wicket each in the second innings. “They showed a lot of guts and character to bowl the length they did as long as they did. They always bowl well in tandem, and they got their just reward at the end. We hope they can do it again in the morning.” James Taylor: Disappointing not to kick on during Day Three of 3rd Test vs Pakistan