SHARJAH: West Indies require 153 runs to win the third and final test match against Pakistan at Sharjah. Azhar Ali was the top scorer for the team as he made 91 runs from 234 balls with six boundaries and a six to his name. Pakistan made 281 in their first innings while the West Indies scored 337 for a lead of 56 runs. Resuming at 87-4 on Wednesday, Pakistan lost Sarfraz Ahmed for 42. Pakistan lead the three-match series 2-0 after winning the first Test by 56 runs in Dubai and the second by 133 runs in Abu Dhabi.