That the three-coordinate arrangement initiates with the principal day-night test at Brisbane's Gabba on Thursday adds a component of unconventionality to the begin of the challenge that the visitors will would like to endeavor against an Australian side on the move.
As far as it matters for them, the hosts will would like to keep up Brisbane as the stronghold it has been since they last lost a test there in 1988 and for the additional pace and bob of the home wickets to puzzle visiting batsmen and bowlers alike.
Pakistan mentor Arthur knows bounty about Australian conditions having guided the men in the loose green from 2011 to his sacking in 2013, and is persuaded he has the weapons available to him to hurt the hosts.
"In the event that we can adjust to conditions sufficiently fast we'll be fine," said Arthur, who likewise drove South Africa to their first visit triumph in Australia in 2008.
"I continually remind the players on the off chance that we can get 270, 280, 300, we're in the amusement since we have the capacity to take 20 wickets.
"In the event that we can utilize the new ball especially well against Australia, we'll be great. Furthermore, seven remaining handers in their 11 makes our left-armers considerably more intense."
Cutting edge left-arm quicks Wahab Riaz and Mohammad Amir, the last now restored after a spot-settling boycott, will trust leg spinner Yasir Shah is sufficiently fit to offer his support.
Yasir missed the warm-up match in Cairns on account of a back damage however took a five-wicket pull with the pink ball in Dubai when Pakistan played their lady day-night coordinate against West Indies in October.
Pakistan's batting demonstrated some delicacy in the late 2-0 switch in New Zealand however their line-up is in any event significantly more settled than that of the hosts.
Australia updated their side in the wake of losing the initial two trial of their late arrangement against South Africa and having come back to winning routes in the third test at Adelaide Oval, have held a similar squad for Brisbane.
For all the freshness, however, they have a lot of demonstrated entertainers on home tracks, not minimum the world class pace assault of Josh Hazlewood and left-armer Mitchell Starc.
Opener David Warner and captain Steve Smith were in shimmering batting structure in Adelaide and additionally in the one-day arrangement against New Zealand crushed in the middle of the two test arrangement and lefthander Usman Khawaja has likewise been in great touch.
Islamabad-conceived Khawaja scored a splendid 145 in the third test against South Africa and is resolved to concrete his place in the Australia side against the place where there is his introduction to the world on his received home ground.
"We clearly have a better than average record here so ideally on the off chance that we can get off to a decent begin we can drive the diversion from that point," he said on Tuesday.
"Be that as it may, lesson learnt from the main test against South Africa, you can't underestimate anything and will need to regard the resistance and play our best cricket."