DUBAI - England newcomer James Vince is hoping his team will go for a clean sweep of the Twenty20 series against Pakistan when they play the third and final match in Sharjah on Monday.

The 24-year-old batsman batted with confidence to score 41 on his debut and then 38 in the second as England won both matches in Dubai to take an unbeatable 2-0 lead. Vince vowed England would not be complacent and would go for a 3-0 win.

"To come here and win 3-0 would be a great effort, that's what we're looking to try and do," said Vince, who added he enjoyed his first chance in Twenty20.

"I was included in the squad last summer, but didn't get the chance to play. So it's nice to come out here and get an opportunity. I'm enjoying every minute of it. I am staying on for another three or four weeks to play Pakistan A, so that will be another tough series," said Vince of England Lions' series with Pakistan's second string in the United Arab Emirates next month.

"I get the chance to captain the Lions, so that will be another good experience," said Vince. "I'd love to play all formats. My first chance has come in Twenty20. I hope I can push on, find my way into the 50-over side - and the Test side as well, I hope."

Vince admitted he was nervous in the first match on Thursday. "I was nervous walking out that first game, in front of a full stadium, but I settled down after a couple of balls and eased into it nicely," he said.

By the time England complete their final match of this series they will have been in the UAE for 61 days. They will leave this trip with two series wins under their belts, both in the white-ball format as was the case on the previous visit in 2012. The one-day and T20 sides continue to play vibrant cricket, both victories in the shortest format coming with different combinations as England opt to give all their players a chance.

The results have suggested there is an increasing pool of talent for the selectors to feel confident in: James Vince has slotted in very calmly at No. 3 and Liam Plunkett has responded impressively from his omission for the South Africa Test series. Sam Billings and Stephen Parry have also enhanced their chances of going to the World T20 in India.

Pakistan, meanwhile, appear in something of a funk with their white-ball cricket although their performance in the second match in Dubai was an improvement. They do not seem certain whether to trust youth or experience. Their fielding has been poor - Umar Akmal's boundary-parry catch to removing Billings was an exception - and the batting is hampering by uncertain running between the wickets.

For some of the England squad there will be just a week at home before they depart for the Test series in South Africa, others including Vince will remain in the UAE for the England Lions series against Pakistan A. With the series against India remaining in limbo, Pakistan could be set for a longer break before heading to New Zealand early next year for a series of limited-overs matches.

Rafatullah Mohmand story is either a terrific tale of a player who never gave up or an indictment of Pakistan's selectors who have opted for a 39-year-old instead of a younger player. He has 39 runs in his two innings, nowhere near enough evidence to make a judgement either way. He may get the final match of this series, on the other hand he may not.

For England, plenty of fringe players have thrown their hat into the ring in these two matches, among them Lancashire's Stephen Parry who has impressed with his nous and confidence to give the ball a rip, and bowl it slowly. There were signs in the second match that Pakistan's batsmen were setting themselves for the delivery he drags down, but England will probably want three spinners in the final World T20 squad and Parry has a great chance of being there.

Pakistan may need an extra spin option in Sharjah which would open the way for Bilal Asif to have an outing. With the series lost they may feel inclined to make more changes: Aamer Yamin and M Irfan have not played in the first two matches.