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Excitement levels run high, as the epic clash between India and Pakistan is about to start in a few hours

NEW DELHI, INDIA: When it comes to cricket matches between India and Pakistan, there are victories and losses. But one thing is certain, there is never a dull moment in any India vs Pakistan match.

There is over three hours left to go for todays' ICC Champions Trophy clash, and the India Pakistan frenzy has already taken over cricket fans, who are pouring into Twitter to share their views on the match.

''Packed hotel lobby with fans2 catch a glimpse of the boys...excitement all over..India vs Pakistan-always a blockbuster ;)'' says Indian Tennis star Sania Mirza.

 ''I'm not one to watch a lot of cricket but todays an exception! India vs Pakistan!! Go Team India!! Woo,'' tweets Harsh Sheth. ''Its just never about the game when it comes to #India vs #Pakistan. Madness at its peak,'' says Riti Bahel, who seems to capture the mood of the entire nation in this tweet.

Also read: Chat about India vs Pakistan cricket match as you watch it live

Most cricket fans are expected to stay glued to their television sets st 3:00 pm IST today. However, if you are travelling or unable to watch the match on TV, you can still catch the action live online. Star Sports is providing an official live streaming of the ICC Champions Trophy 2013 on its website. To watch India vs West Indies match live on Star Sports, click here.

Also, for those of you prefer getting live updates, ESPNCricinfo provides ball to ball updates, commentary scores. Click here for live updates from ESPNCricinfo. Here are a few other websites that provide live updates and scores of the India-Pakistan match: Cricbuzz, Cricketnirvana and so on. BCCI official website displays the live scorecard and commentary.

However, the official live streaming has not stopped viewers from turning to sites like Extracover.net, watchcriclive, webcric.com, crictime.com and hoards of other websites. We must warn you that these sites may not officially be commissioned by the ICC or BCCI. These sites also display a lot of ads.

You could also catch the match live on your mobile phones, if you are willing to pay Rs. 301. Reliance customers can now avail unlimited ICC Champions Trophy live streaming on their smartphones by subscribing for a tournament pass of Rs 301. Customers will also benefit from the package being inclusive of Rs. 50 subscription fee for access on www.starsports.com. To know more about this offer, click here.

So, now that you are all set to watch the match live, who do you think will win? India or Pakistan? Do let us know.

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