It was a challenging target but England reached it in just 50 overs after Bairstow and skipper Ben Stokes (75 not out from 70 balls) made hay in front of a packed crowd. The match set the record for the most boundaries in a Test match with 250 in total, including 24 sixes.
Mohammad Nawaz also made a return after missing the Test series at home against Australia. On the other hand, uncapped all-rounder Salman Ali Agha has received a maiden call-up to the Test squad.
A dominant England has swept New Zealand 3-0 in the Test series with an aggressive seven-wicket victory in the third and final Test match on Monday.
Azam also survived a confident leg-before appeal against spinner Lyon when on 157, but it turned out to be umpire Aleem Dar's call on review. Lyon was the best Australian bowler with 4-112 off a marathon 55 overs.
West Indies crushed England by 10 wickets in the third and final cricket test on Sunday to win the series 1-0. The hosts needed only 4.5 overs on Day 4 for their batters to reach the winning target in Grenada.
The Test squad will begin their training camp at the Abu Dhabi Cricket & Sports Hub on Friday (Nov.18), while their contest against the Lions will take place at the revamped Tolerance Oval from Wednesday (Nov.23).
Sharjah Cricket Stadium made history by hosting the most number of international matches as of Saturday. This Saturday marked another red-letter day in the history of the Stadium.
Shahbaz Nadeem took the final two wickets in straight balls as India thrashed South Africa by an innings and 202 runs in the third Test on Tuesday to complete a 3-0 sweep of the series.
"The national selection committee has invited 15 high-performing bowlers from the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy and the ongoing National T20 Cup as well as fast bowlers Mohammad Abbas and Shaheen Afridi for the weekend camp," said a statement from the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB).