Pakistan resume their second innings on day four of the third Test against England in Southampton on Monday.
The Green Caps will continue their batting on their overnight score of 30-0 after follow on in reply to the hosts’ first innings total of 583-8 declared.
Pakistan’s wicket-keeper Mohammad Rizwan is confident that his side can still dominate against England in the third Test at the Rose Bowl.
The hosts enforced the follow-on after bowling Pakistan out on 273. The visitors made a comeback from 75-5 courtesy skipper Azhar Ali and Rizwan, who added 138 runs for the sixth wicket.
Rizwan thinks that Pakistan will overcome the deficit of 310 runs and will also add additional runs for England to chase in the fourth innings.
“Our batters are in form and if we play positively, we can do it. We have a few batsmen who can score big, if we can take a 150-run lead then it will be tough for England,” the 28-year-old told reporters.