"On spinning pitches, expectations are that he's going to come in, rip them and take five-for straight away. But when you start Test cricket, it's hard work. You're going to bowl a bit of rubbish, a few full tosses and half-trackers, and get whacked -- it's then about how you come back for that second spell,” Warne said.
"There were some things that I worked on with Rashid which I think will be able to help him against the Pakistan players, and there were a few things I helped Yasir (Shah) with yesterday which I'm sure will help against England! "Yasir is probably the best leg-spinner in the world, but Rashid can be just as successful."