Pakistan dominated much of the first Test in Dubai but failed to get the last two wickets as Australia finished at 362-8.
Pakistan head coach Mickey Arthur admitted Australia will be a "dangerous" proposition in the second Test
Khawaja, who struck 85 and 141 to claim the player of the match award on Thursday, advanced nine places to slot in at No. 10 in the rankings
Khawaja batted for eight hours and 44 minutes to help foil Pakistan's victory bid
Chasing 462 to win, Australia finished on 362-8 as both teams shook hands with one delivery to go in the Test
Imam will continued to be monitored before the three-match Twenty20 series against Australia starting in Abu Dhabi from October 24.
At stumps opener Usman Khawaja was batting on a fighting 50 and Travis Head on 34 as the pair had added an invaluable 49 for the unbroken 4th wicket
On Tuesday Asif became the latest spinning bete noire for Australia, snatching 6-36 in the first Test in Dubai to trigger a spectacular collapse
Test debutant Bilal Asif snatched six wickets to spark a spectacular Australian collapse from 142-0 to 202 all out
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