Pakistan end day two 96 runs ahead

James Anderson
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Late wickets from Graeme Swann and James Anderson put England back into contention during day two of first Test with Pakistan.

Pakistan have ended day two of the first Test against England 96 runs ahead of the tourists in Dubai.

The hosts started the day brightly and headed in for tea with a score of 213-4.

However, late wickets from Graeme Swann and James Anderson saw England put themselves back into contention, as Pakistan finished the day 288-7.

England are likely to begin their second innings at some point during tomorrow's play, with Pakistan only able to call upon three more batsman.

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