Australia on the other hand will also miss Usman Khawaja as he will not be batting due to a meniscus tear in his left knee.
While Test debutants Aaron Finch, Travis Head and Marnus Labuschagne showed glimpses of their potential in the UAE, Shaun Marsh failed to fire and Paine admitted batting spots are up for grabs ahead of the four-Test India series.
In what has been a sheer exhibition of bowling on dead pitches that don't offer you anything with a not-so-new ball, Mohammad Abbas jolted the Australian top and middle order to kill all hopes of an already unlikely miracle.
Abbas finished the series with 17 wickets in two matches and was named man of the match and man of the series for his exploits.
Australia went to great lengths to prepare for a Pakistan spin contingent led by Yasir Shah, even flying in a pair of Indian wrist-spinners to face in the nets before the first Test.
Labuschagne then pulled Abbas behind - the batsman's review coming in vain with a clear spike visible on UltraEdge - and when Jon Holland (3) clipped Yasir to slip to leave Australia nine down Nathan Lyon (6no) called for handshakes with Khawaja unable to bat.
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Akbar, the Minister of State for External Affairs, is now on an official tour overseas . "We can't lose this battle". Asked about the allegations against Akbar, she said, "It is for the gentleman in question to issue a statement".
Aussie legend Shane Warne says only four players from the Aussie team that crashed to a series defeat against Pakistan are safe for the first test of the Aussie summer. "Mohammad Abbas", the 35-year-old fast bowler said on Twitter.
The Test series against Pakistan is Australia's first since the ball-tampering scandal that erupted in South Africa earlier in the year.
"Abbas challenged our defence time and time again".
Australia's pace bowler Mitchell Starc retrieved the ball and threw it to wicket-keeper Tim Paine, who quickly whipped off the bails.
Azhar Ali was on strike when he edged the ball down to a vacant third man.
Pakistan and Australia now head into a series of three Twenty20 internationals, with the first in Abu Dhabi on Wednesday.