Australia have started their innings on a wobbly note. The unfortunate wicket of Khawaja, caught down the leg side, and then the dismissal of the nightwatchman Siddle on the last ball of the day has put the tourists on the back foot. Their batsmen will look to occupy the crease for a longer duration of time on Day 2 and try to get a decent lead. Join us at 1000 local (0600 GMT) for all the action. Cheers!
Earlier, Pakistan fought back well after an initial collapse to get their total up to 282. Nathan Lyon was simply unplayable in the first session but made no impact after that. The surprise package of the day was Marnus Labuschagne, who was brought on by Paine to get a breakthrough and that's exactly what he did. The leggie got three and managed to restrict the hosts below 300.
A fairly even first day of this Test, however, you can argue that it is slightly tilting in favor of Pakistan. They have managed to close off the day, which did not start on an ideal note for them in the first session, on a high.
Review taken by Pakistan for an LBW decision. The batsman in question is Peter Siddle.
Peter Siddle, the nightwatchman, comes in to bat.
Both the umpires have a chat regarding a catch down the leg side and decide to go upstairs.
The third umpire called into action for a run out appeal against Aaron Finch. He looks safe though.
Mir Hamza to bowl from the other end.