Pakistan coach Intikhab Alam has called on his team's fast bowlers to step up their performance in the third one-day international against Australia in Abu Dhabi.
Pace trio Shoaib Akhtar, Umar Gul and Rao Iftikhar have managed just two wickets between them - both by Gul - during the opening two games of the five-match series, which is tied at 1-1.
Shahid Afridi's leg-spin inspired Pakistan to a four-wicket victory in the opener but Australia bounced back, chasing down a target of 208 for a six-wicket success in the second match.
"We had just 207 on the board so it was important to get early wickets but we got just one and not more," Alam said of last Friday's defeat.
"We batted poorly in both the matches and must learn from our mistakes quickly because, if we don't, Australia, being a very professional team, would continue to pose problems and run away with victory."
Shoaib, who has been suffering from a viral infection, looks set to be rested on Monday with either Sohail Tanvir or Yasir Arafat coming into the side.
Off-spinner Saeed Ajmal is available and will be allowed to bowl despite having his action reported to the International Cricket Council following the second one-day international.
After the first two games of the series in Dubai, Australia captain Michael Clarke is looking forward to the switch to Abu Dhabi for the final three instalments.
The series is taking place in the United Arab Emirates because the security situation in Pakistan currently prevents international cricket from being played in the country.
Clarke, standing in as Australia skipper as Ricky Ponting - along with Michael Hussey and Mitchell Johnson - are being rested for this trip, has singled out fielding as an area that needs to improve.
"We have not played in Abu Dhabi before, so the team looks forward to playing there and continuing with the winning ways, as we always want to win a game whatever form we are playing in," Clarke said.
"We were sloppy in the field on Friday, so we must improve on that in the coming matches."
Australia have decided to make two changes to their bowling attack with seamers Stuart Clark and Ben Hilfenhaus replacing Doug Bollinger and Ben Laughlin.
Pakistan squad: Younus Khan (capt), S Afridi, S Akhtar, F Alam, I Anjum, K Akmal (wkt), S Ajmal, Y Arafat, S Butt, U Gul, S Malik, Misbah-ul-Haq, A Shehzad, S Tanvir
Australia squad: M Clarke (capt), D Bollinger, N Bracken, S Clark, C Ferguson, B Haddin (wkt), N Hauritz, B Hilfenhaus, J Hopes, D Hussey, B Laughlin, M North, A Symonds, S Watson