OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE - Pakistan will lock horns with arch-rivals India in the final of the inaugural Asian Champions Trophy hockey tournament on Sunday (today). After their pulsating 2-2 draw in the group match on Friday, the stage is set for another thrilling encounter between the traditional rivals. A thrilling encounter expected today (Sunday) as both have nothing to lose, though the hockey fans in both the nations would love to see their respective teams to triumph. Meanwhile, Pakistan captain M Imran said he feels the pressure of an India-Pakistan final. "The public wants both the countries to win. Unfortunately, only one nation can win and that adds to the pressure. But we will go all out and ensure that good and attacking hockey in the true Asian style is played," he said. Pakistan team manager Kh Junaid is satisfied with the results in the tournament. "We have performed better here. It will be a tough final but I am satisfied by the way the team performed. We played as per the plan but we will have to be mindful in the final," he said. Pakistan has a lethargic defence and sometimes it is seen that they have been slow in warding off counter-attacks. Imran believes the final will be a different ball game. "All finals are different. The group match was a bit tense as both teams wanted to go through to the final," he explained and added: "But the final will be attacking and the team that converts will win." Haseem Abdul Khan, a youngster Pakistan forward, says it is a golden chance for the young players. "For us playing a final against India is fantastic. If we win, our confidence will get a boost as we have already qualified for the 2012 London Olympics," Haseem added. Pakistan and India have played 148 matches with former winning 75, drawing 25 and losing 48. Pakistan have scored 349 goals and conceded 280. It's a bit of stats that the team would like to improve on. From Pakistan's point of view carrying home the Asian Champions Trophy would be a massive boost looking ahead to the 2012 London Qualifying tournament.