Left-hander Saud Shakeel hit a stable maiden half-century Monday as Pakistan glided in direction of a tempting England goal on the fifth and last day of the primary Check in Rawalpindi.
The 27-year-old was unbeaten on 63 — with Mohammad Rizwan on 42 — as Pakistan reached 169-Three at lunch, needing one other 174 within the last two classes with seven wickets intact after being set a goal of 343.
England toiled arduous for wickets however managed just one within the prolonged 135-minute session, when pacer James Anderson had opener Imam-ul-Haq caught down the leg facet by keeper Ollie Pope for 48.
England scored a document 657 of their first innings earlier than dismissing Pakistan for 579.
The mammoth scoring prompted extreme criticism of the Rawalpindi pitch, however the Check sprang to life after England batted briskly of their second innings earlier than declaring at 264-7 on Sunday to arrange an intriguing last day.
Resuming at 80-2, Pakistan added simply 13 within the first 65 minutes with Rizwan not scoring off the primary 23 balls he confronted.
He modified gear, nonetheless, hitting 5 boundaries and two sixes to start the chase correct in an unbroken 80-run fourth wicket stand with Shakeel.
Shakeel cracked Leach for 2 boundaries to finish his half-century off 104 balls.
England are on their first Check tour of Pakistan since 2005, having declined to go to within the interim years on safety grounds.