CARDIFF The stage is set for the second Twenty 20 fixture between Pakistan and England at Sophia Garden Cricket Ground, Cardiff, as hosts lead the two-match rubber 1-0. Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi is determined to level the series 1-1 while England skipper Paul Collingwood wants to sweep the tie 2-0 with comprehensive win. However, toss will play vital role as the weather of the venue may be cloudy, which may support, who will bowl first. All-rounder Shahid Khan Afridi will lead the green shirts while English cricket team will enter the ground under the captaincy of Paul Collingwood. Match will kick off at 2:30pm local time. England has got upper hand in the series 1-0 as they beat mentally disturbed Pakistani outfits by five wickets at the same venue a day earlier. However, Pakistan team held their nets at the venue on Monday to prepare for the second T20. All the players attended the training session and team spent special hours to improve fielding. Team manager, Yawar Saeed told TheNation that all the players were fit for the second T20 fixture. Team will be finalised on the match-day before start of the game. Conditions are important before playing elevens is announced, he viewed. However, boys are fit and determined to square the series. Boys toiled hard in the session to produce remarkable results in the next game. Guys are mentally ready to face the challenge in the T20 fixture, he said. Shahid Afridi told reporters that there was immense psychological pressure on the lads but they were strong to overcome the opponents. However, we have to perform well in the fielding department to level the T20 series, he added. Owing to poor fielding, we lost the first T20 but we will not repeat our mistake in the second game. All the players are fit to fight against the well set English side. The total (126) enough to defend but some fielding errors did not allow us to claim the victory, he said. Afridi further added that the batting order might be changed in the Tuesdays game but fielding is the most important factor, which has to be improved. Paul Collingwood was looking satisfied with bowling and hoped the same performance in the next game. We will do well in the second match to sweep the T20 series 2-0. Pakistan are not an easy rivals in the field and I am hoping for good game for the spectators, he added.