The last time England were in the United Arab Emirates they were ground to dust. Now they face the same adversary from Pakistan who are brimming with the confidence from a rare away series win against Sri Lanka under their belt.
A win over Zimbabwe, a clean sweep for the women's side, but Bilal Asif being reported for a suspected illegal bowling action means it hasn't been all good news for Paksitan in an otherwise positive week so far.
Bangladesh Women recovered from 67 for seven to set Pakistan Women 124 to win the second and final One-Day International in Karachi, but that wasn't enough to prevent the hosts completing a 2-0 series win.
Pakistan off-spinner Bilal Asif, who made his debut in the second One-Day International against Zimbabwe in Harare, has been reported for a suspect bowling action in the third and final game of the series.
Bilal Asif and Imad Wasim spun a fascinating victory for Pakistan as they bagged the One-Day International series against Zimbabwe 2-1 by winning the final One-Day International in Harare by seven wickets.
Buoyed by Yasir Shah's six wicket haul and Imad Wasim's all-round performance, Pakistan secured a 131-run victory against Zimbabwe in the first One-Day International in Harare, thereby taking a 1-0 lead in the three match series.