DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) -- South Africa fast bowler Dale Steyn recovered from hamstring injury and expected to be called into action quickly Wednesday after Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq won the toss and elected to bat in the second test.
The South Africans made two changes to the team which lost the first test by seven wickets, bringing in Dean Elgar in place of Hashim Amla and legspinner Imran Tahir for left-arm spinner Robin Peterson.
Amla flew home after the first test to be with his pregnant wife.
Steyn strained his right hamstring during practice last Sunday but was declared fit on Wednesday morning.
Pakistan retained the same playing XI from its stunning first-test victory.
South Africa has lost a test series away from home since its tour to Sri Lanka in 2006.