For many this should have been the final, India V Pakistan – the biggest match of the 2011 Cricket World Cup so far.
With the sun shining, the sides will battle it out in Mohali for the right to meet Sri Lanka in the final in Mumbai, India, on Saturday.
Sachin Tendulkar is again expected to be the main man for India, with the Little Master poised on ninety-nine international hundreds.
Just one more is required for the player – who many consider to be among the greatest to have ever played the game - to reach an unprecedented milestone in the game of cricket.
If he gets there today, he will also reclaim his place as the leading runscorer in the tournament.
For Pakistan all-rounder Shahid Afridi will need to have a big game.
His bowling — which leads the tournament with 21 scalps — has been a huge factor in his country’s success, but will he perform with the bat?
Whoever wins the clash of the Titans today will claim the right to meet Sri Lanka in the heart of Indian cricket – Mumbai.
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