England bowlers fought back to stay in control on day two of their match against the England Lions, despite Haseeb Hameed’s century in Abu Dhabi.
The three-day warm-up match comes before England’s three-Test series against Pakistan, which begins on December 1.
Lions fly-half Hameed scored 145 from 172 and shared a first-wicket stand of 179 with Tom Haines, who made 82.
Spinners Jack Leach, Liam Livingstone and Will Jacks took two wickets apiece as the Lions went 412-9, 89 runs behind.
England amassed 501 in just 79 overs on opening day. Substitute captain Ollie Pope scored 146, Zac Crawley 96 and Jacks 84.
And the batters continued to dominate on day two when Hameed and Haines cashed in on flat, short bounds at the Tolerance Oval, against an English attack that included James Anderson and Ollie Robinson.
Anderson claimed the key dismissal of Hameed, trapping him lbw for his only wicket in a 12 overs for 55 carries period.
But the spinners regained control for England, although Rehan Ahmed, the 18-year-old leg-spinner who was called up for Pakistan test tourprovided an entertaining 26 out of 10 cameo.
Jofra Archer, who played for England for the first time in 16 months on day one, finished the day unbeaten on 39 of 15 balls, including three sixes.