Australia lost its first ball in the second ODI against Pakistan in Sharjah and will fight against the bowl.
Aaron Finch's side remained unchanged from the victory in the opening series on Friday, while Pakistan was first introduced by the exciting teenage fast Mohammad Hasnain.
After their comfortable eight-wicket victory in the same place, Captain Finch said saturation-shaped batsmen in the Aussie team is a welcome luxury as the World Cup approaches.
"This is a huge situation in order to be able to handle these heavy calls, instead of having the guys that we should fill," Finch said.
"We have men who raise their hands all the time, which is really positive."
In an increasingly highly rated world of cricket with limited tweaks, Australian fans who woke up Saturday with the result, could decide that 281 will be in the hunt for a course.
But this type of goal – not to mention a slow, unknown playground – has aggravated an Australian heavyweight 50-fold dress in recent years.
Before the recent success in India, in previous 11 attempts only in one of the scales exceeded 200 points.
Now that in the last two weeks, when they gathered 359 against India in Mohali, they withdrew two of the five biggest ODIs in Asia, the Australians seem to have great opportunities.
Pakistan XI: Shan Masood, Imam Ul Haq, Haris Sohail, Umar Akmal, Shoaib Malik (c), Faheem Ashraf, Imad Wasim, Mohammad Rizwan (wk), Yasir Shah, Mohammad Abbas, Mohammad Hasnain
Australia XI: Aaron Finch (c), Usman Khawaja, Shaun Marsh, Peter Handscomb, Marcus Stoinis, Glenn Maxwell, Alex Carey (wk), Nathan Coulter-Nile, Jhye Richardson, Nathan Lyon, Adam Zampa
Qantas Tour in UAE
First ODI: Australia has won eight doors
Other ODIs: against Pakistan on 24 March in Sharjah
Third ODI: against Pakistan on 27 March in Abu Dhabi
Fourth ODI: in Pakistan on March 29 in Dubai
Fifth ODI: in Pakistan, March 31 in Dubai
(all competitions start at 22.00 AEDT)