DUBAI (Staff Report) – On the fourth day of second Test against England at Dubai, Pakistan set a target of 491 runs declaring the second innings at 354-6 after lunch.

Pakistan resumed second innings on Sunday from 222 for 3, Misbah-ul-Haq with 87 and Younis Khan with 71.

Younis Khan remained prominent batsman to score 112 runs, becoming the 10th Test player to score 31 centuries.

James Anderson and Mark Wood dismissed two Pakistani batsmen each.

Earlier on Saturday England resumed their first inning at the overnight score of 182 for three and were all out for 242 runs.

Pakistan is leading with 358 runs while seven wickets in hand.