Pacemaker Jofra Archer made his first appearance for 16 months as he lined up for the England Lions against England in a tour match in Abu Dhabi.
Archer has not played for England since March 2021 due to elbow surgery and then a stress fracture in his back.
He took 0-38 from nine overs in the first day of the three-day match.
Ollie Pope hit 146 from 120 and Zak Crawley 96 from 89 as England, who begin a three-Test series in Pakistan on December 1, amassed 501-7.
Pope, as captain in the absence of Ben Stokes, helped England to six more points at the Tolerance Oval.
Will Jacks, who could make his Test debut against Pakistan, broke 84 of 48 balls from number eight.
Liam Livingstone – England part T20 World Cup winning team this month – hit 36 of 23 balls in his first red ball game since September 2020, while Ben Foakes finished the day 48 steps.
Former captain Joe Root has been sacked for nine years by Sussex out-spinner Jack Carson.
Leicestershire leg skater Rehan Ahmed, 18 – called up to the Test squad later on Wednesday – conceded 73 from eight overs.
Archer, whose workload is being monitored by England management, will take a limited number of overs in the match.
It was announced later Wednesday that he would be a wildcard choice for MI Cape Town in South Africa’s new T20 league which kicks off on January 10.
The tournament runs until February 11, but England start a three-match one-day international series against South Africa on January 27, which could be Archer’s return to competitive international cricket.