HARARE (Agencies) - Zimbabwe face touring Pakistan in the second Twenty20 match at Harare Sports Club today (Sunday) with head coach Alan Butcher hopeful of recording win to level the series against Pakistan. "We hope to play good cricket and try to level series by winning the last Twenty20. We have a very experienced batting line-up and our seam bowling attack has also stepped up and improved," he claimed. The hosts have suffered defeats at the hands of Pakistan in the one-off Test played in Bulawayo a fortnight ago and all three One-Day International series matches. After today's game, the hosts only will find remedies for their mistakes and a reliable game plan before their first match against visiting South African side on next Friday. Zimbabwe will face the Proteas in two T20 matches and three ODIs in Harare with the last match being the 50-overs clash on October 2. Thereafter, they will have a 12-days-breather before hosting New Zealand on October 14. The Kiwis will be in the country to face their hosts in two T20 matches, three ODIs and a one-off Test match. All the T20 games and two ODIs will be played at Harare Sports Club with the last ODI together with the longer version of the game scheduled for Queens Sports Club. Such a busy schedule has not worried Butcher's assistant, Steve Mangongo, but comes as a blessing to his charges whom he has always insisted need to play more competitive cricket to gain international exposure for the much-needed experience. "In the past we didn't have enough cricket and this will be good for the boys," said Mangongo. "If we look back, we played Australia A, South Africa A, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka and we had a run of good cricket. We are hoping that such good performances will build up with each tour."