England are set to resume their second innings from the score of 414-5 on the fifth and final day of the third Test against Pakistan at Edgbaston Cricket Ground on Sunday.
Wicketkeeper-batsman Jonny Bairstow (82) and all-rounder Moeen Ali (60) will look to add some quick runs to their overnight score as the hosts will be hoping to declare early on the last day to put pressure on the visitors, who will be fighting to draw the match even after securing a decent 103-run lead in the first innings.
England currently have a lead of 311 runs, with Yasir Shah and Mohammad Amir claiming two wickets apiece and Sohail Khan getting one scalp.
The highest fourth-innings score to win a Test at Edgbaston is South Africa’s 283-5 in 2008.
The series is currently leveled at 1-1 as Misbahul Haq’s men won the opening match of the series at Lord’s, whereas Alastair Cook’s men came back and won the second Test at Old Trafford.