Pakistan have won the toss and elected to bat first in the second Twenty20 International against Zimbabwe, in what is WaqarYounis' final game as coach of the national side.
The team has given their coach the perfect send-off so far, having won the one-off Test, the one-day series, as well as the first T20 against Zimbabwe, and will be looking to end the tour on a winning note.
For Zimbabwe, there will be only pride to play for, and the inexperienced side will be hoping to at least push their more superior opponents.
For the T20 on Sunday, Pakistan have made one change to the team that won the first T20, bringing in Junaid Khan for AizazCheema.
Zimbabwe have also made one change, replacing Chris Mpofu with Prosper Utseya.
Pakistan won the first of the two Twenty20 matches by a huge margin of 85 runs on Friday.