By the lunch break on the last day of the second Test between Pakistan and Australia, the hosts had scored 254 runs with three wickets in hand. On the last day of the game, Pakistan started the second innings when Babar Azam and Abdullah Shafiq on the crease cautiously advanced the score.
Australia scored 254 runs | PAK vs AUS
Before the lunch break, Abdullah Shafiq scored 96 and was caught by Steve Smith off Cummins. Babar Azam and Abdullah Shafiq shared 228 runs. Babar Azam 133 and Fawad Alam 3 were present on the crease at lunch break. Pakistan needs 252 runs to win the match in two seasons with a possible game of 62 overs remaining.