MUMBAI - The controversial fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar has recovered from skin infection but unlikely to find favour for Sri Lanka tour. Pakistani team is not feeling the absence of their pace bowler Shaoib Akhtar on this ICC World Twenty20, according to coach Intikhab Alam. "I don't think his absence is felt on this tour. Our bowlers have done exceptionally well so far. I have special mention for Umar Gul. He has been doing exceedingly well and how can we for get the new sensation Mohammad Aamer. Can you imagine the 17-year-old bowler bowling final over in the Semi Final match ?". "The team is over the moon and we were ready to face any team (Sri Lanka or West Indies) in the final on Sunday," he said from his hotel room. "It is not going to make any difference for us". The Sri Lankan team has entered into final beating Windies.Attributing the sudden success of Pakistan team, he said, "The players have realised the high value of self-belief. They have been playing to their potential and the players have clicked at the right time". "The spinner Saeed Ajmal has also shown his potential," Alam said. The coach had spent lot of time with the hard-hitting batsman Shahid Afridi before the semi-final on Friday. "He is our special player". Abdul Qadir who resigned as a chief selector earlier this month wanted Afridi to be the skipper but Alam disgrees with him. "Younis Khan is the right man for the job". Pakistan team will have last practice session before Sunday's final on Saturday (2.00 PM). "We may retain the same team for Sunday. We don't want to change the composition of the winning team", Intikhab Alam further added.