Facebook Poll: In anticipation of the India vs. Pakistan World Cup semi-final the online community is going bonkers. There is already a poll on Facebook predicting the winners of the match. At the time of writing, 272,572 people had voted for India, while 177,326 people had voted for Pakistan. Apart from the actual votes there are more than 77,000 people following the poll. Vote here.
Twitter Trending: India-Pakistan, Mohali, WC11 are all trending on Twitter. If you want to be on top of what is happening around this high profile match – keep an eye on Twitter and do not blink. Check it out here.
Watch it Live: Cannot leave the office or stuck in college– no worries, you can now stream the match anywhere in India from ESPNStar.com. Watch here.
Stream it on 3G: If you have a Vodafone mobile phone then you can watch the match live using the mobile application on your phone. Strongly recommended if you are likely to be stuck on the road
Soch la: Tired of commentary on the web? Need a new twist? www.soch.la can help. It is a social community for cricket lovers. If you cannot watch it live, this may be a good place for latest updates while you are chatting with your friends. Give it a shot while you watch the match. Check it out here.
Fantasy League: NDTV Sports has its own fantasy cricket league where participants can create teams for individual matches. Create your team before the match and compete online while the teams compete on the field. Play here.
ESPN Super Selector: One of the most popular cricket leagues, it allows people to create their own team and gather points on the performance of selected players. The excitement is sure to hit fever pitch with the India-Pakistan semi-final. Play here.
Cricket Stock Exchange: The Cricket Stock Exchange is an interesting cricket fantasy game where participants can trade the shares of real players in a fictional stock market. The market fluctuates on the basis of the players' real-life performance and expert analysis from the Cricket Stock Exchange gurus. Play here.
Cricket apps for your Phone: Various cricket apps for the iOS, Android and BlackBerry are the best ways to stay up-to-date with live score for the India-Pakistan match when you are on the move. The ICC World Cup, NDTV Cricket and ESPNCricinfo are amongst the best cricket apps available for various phone platforms. Download here.
Record on your DVR: If you are stuck in traffic or are not lucky enough to get half a day off from office, you may want to get yourself a DVR from your DTH provider. Most will even allow you to send a SMS to start recording, but it will be better if you schedule it beforehand – why take chances