After their defeat to Pakistan in the second ODI, Australia skipper Aaron Finch praised rival captain Babar Azam for his brilliant knock.
Head hammered 101 off 72 balls and propelled Australia to impressive 313-7 after they were left with only 13 fit players hours before the start of the three-match series.
The action in the second Test went into the final over of the match, where Pakistan managed to draw the game with Mohammad Rizwan batting out till the end to see his team through.
Australia vs Pakistan second Test: Pat Cummins strikes before lunch as Abdullah Shafique falls for 96
Cummins struck eight minutes before lunch to end an epic third-wicket stand of 228 between Shafique and Pakistan captain Babar with the score on 249.
The 28-year-old Mitchell Swepson replaced fast bowler Josh Hazlewood in the only change Australia made from the first test which ended in a draw on a docile wicket at Rawalpindi.
Raja said that Pakistan has planned low-bouncy tracks for Australia's first tour to Pakistan since 1998, keeping in mind Pakistan's strength against a tough opponent.
Australian bowlers struck at regular intervals, save a fine 99-run partnership between skipper Bismah Maroof and all-rounder Aliya Riaz, to restrict Pakistan to 190.
Smith suffered a concussion when he landed on his head while attempting to save a six on the edge of the boundary during a Twenty20 International against Sri Lanka at Sydney.
Despite hundreds from Abid Ali and Mohammad Rizwan, Pakistan ended on the losing side in the fourth ODI.