It will interesting to see if Australia are courageous enough to play an extra bowler or a bowling all-rounder instead of a batsman in the series against the Kiwis.
Nathan Lyon returned with his 16th five-wicket haul to bowl out Pakistan for 239 as Australia wrapped up victory by an innings and 48 runs with more than a day to spare in the Pink ball Test. "The performance of the team against Pakistan was very impressive across all areas, while there is always some room to improve".
Paine closed the home side's innings on 3-589 when David Warner was unbeaten on 335, having just surpassed the mark of 334 held jointly by Sir Donald Bradman and Mark Taylor.
Australia's victory march paused for dinner but paceman Josh Hazlewood bowled Rizwan for 45 after the second new ball became available.
"David Warner has been in exceptional form with the bat".
Masood was made to pay for a poor shot selection when he chipped Lyon to Mitchell Starc and after Shafiq brought up his fifty that was as good as it got for the tourists.
He leaves Adelaide with an injury doubt, however, after rolling his ankle.
"Particularly this game I thought that it was quite a professional performance, barring some catches (dropped) and my (missed) stumping yesterday", said Paine, who praised his bowlers for getting through 170 odd consecutive overs after enforcing the follow on. The visitors added only 10 further runs after the interval.
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With their batting order settled and Mitchell Starc back to his marauding best in their series sweep of Pakistan, a confident Australia will look forward to bigger tests ahead when they host New Zealand later this month.
Shaan Masood and Asad Shafiq infuriated the Australian bowlers for the first hour-and-a-half, before the breakthrough came seemingly out of nowhere when Shaan (68) shuffled down the pitch and chipped Nathan Lyon straight to mid-off.
Pakistan batsmen spent most of their time performing damage control, as Australia won both matches without breaking a sweat.
The dominance continued with the ball, although with Lyon taking over from the quicks as the main threat.
While Babar missed out on a century by just three runs, Shah went on to slam his maiden Test ton, scoring 113 off 213 balls (4x13) to help Pakistan avoid an early all out.
The sixth-wicket pair offered some stubborn defence before Lyon had Iftikhar Ahmed (27) caught by Labuschagne at short leg.
Former Pakistani cricketer Rameez Raja has said that in the future Pakistan team should not play Australia cricket.
"We have been beaten by a better team". It's very hard over here with a young bowling attack.