Pakistan take three wickets before lunch to reduce Australia to 117-7 in their second innings and tighten their grip on the first Test.
Left-arm spinner Zulfiqar Babar took two wickets before lunch on the final day as Pakistan tightened their grip on the first Test with Australia.
After resuming on 59-4, Australia struggled to keep the Pakistan bowlers at bay, losing three wickets in quick succession and finding themselves reduced to 117-7 by the interval.
Opener Chris Rogers  was bowled by debutant Imran Khan before 35-year-old Babar dismissed all-rounder Mitchell Marsh for three.
Australia's last recognised batsman Brad Haddin did not last long either, going for a duck as Babar bowled him 10th ball.
Steve Smith  and Mitchell Johnson [seven] were at the crease at the end of the session with the Australians now facing a thankless task this afternoon as they trail by 320 runs.
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