Pakistan take four wickets during the afternoon session of day three to leave Australia on 282-8, still 172 runs behind the hosts' first-innings total.
By Darren Plant, Reporter Filed: Friday, October 24, 2014 at 12:41 UK
Last Updated: Saturday, October 25, 2014 at 09:45 UK
Australia have lost four more wickets during the afternoon session of day three to leave Pakistan in control of the first Test match in Dubai.
After reaching lunch on 207-4, the visitors immediately lost David Warner 133 to leave the middle order with plenty of work to do but four balls after the 80-over mark, Brad Haddin fell for 22 with Australia still 205 runs adrift of Pakistan's first-innings total.
It was imperative that Mitchell Johnson and Steve O'Keefe survived until tea to help Australia being bowled all out, but they managed to keep their wicket by taking their team to 282-8, still 172 runs behind Pakistan.