Pak-Australia ODI series has started in UAE yesterday Pakistan lost its first one day match but as we saw Ajmal has shown brilliant performance and completed his 100 ODI wickets."We could probably see him off a little better," Bailey told reporters after the match. "We knew he was going to be a key bowler and I think that's one of the real focuses we'll have going in to Abu Dhabi is how we play him, and try to milk him a little bit better and try not to give him his wickets. His control is good and we know he's a key bowler. Certainly towards the back end, after he'd taken his wickets, the key was just to see him out. If we scored runs off him that was great, if we didn't, that's okay, we'll just try to target the other bowlers. It's nice to have faced Ajmal a little more, get a better feel of how to play him. And it was nice to face all the bowlers who we haven't faced. Australia's batsmen did enough to secure victory in the first ODI in Sharjah on Tuesday, but they know they will need to find a more convincing way to handle Saeed Ajmal throughout the rest of the tour. Ajmal struck with his first ball of the match and again in his second over, which left Australia in trouble at 67 for 4 chasing 199, and he finished with 3 for 30 from his ten overs.