David Warner (left) and Sarfraz Ahmed (right) top-scored for Australia and Pakistan with scores of 133 and 109 respectively © Getty Images
David Warner (left) and Sarfraz Ahmed (right) top-scored for Australia and Pakistan with scores of 133 and 109 respectively © Getty Images

Oct 25, 2014

Pakistan face Australia on the fourth day of the first Test at Dubai. Pakistan resume from their overnight score of 38 for no loss and will hope to substantiate their 189-run lead after dismissing the Aussies for a score of 303.  Catch live scorecard of the match here. 

Pakistan finished Day 3 of the first Test match against Australia at Dubai on 38 for no loss, and extended their first innings lead to 189. Australia were bowled out for 303 despite a quickfire 133 by David Warner. Azhar Ali and Ahmed Shehzad started the proceedings, and gave the visitors little opportunity to make a dismissal.

Australia started the day at 113 for zero, having made a strong fightback after allowing Pakistan to score 454. Chris Rogers was the first man to depart for the visitors. Rogers had played a slow knock of 38 from 130 balls, and his successor Alex Doolan too couldn’t add much to the Australian total as he was dismissed on 5.

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