Michael Vaughan urges England to raise their game against Pakistan
Former England captain Michael Vaughan says that recovering from 1-0 down in the three-Test series against Pakistan is the biggest challenge this group of England players has faced.
England lost the first Test against Pakistan by 10 wickets in Dubai thanks to poor batting and difficulties dealing with the Pakistan bowling.
Vaughan cannot see the hosts' level of performance dropping and believes even a draw in the series would be a "very good" result for England.
The Yorkshireman adds that the final two matches of the series will be a significant assessment of England's abilities on the sub-continent and calls on players to adapt to the conditions.