Tests of Character

Discover yourself by taking our quizzes

How would you name your Twenty20 franchise?

What'll be your style? Think you could find a name less perplexing than Super Kings? Take our quiz

1. . What's the most important thing to remember when naming your team?

2. What characteristic of the team do you want to highlight?

3. What are your views on headline writers punning on team names?

4. Who would you want to perform at your team launch?

5. What will be your signature dishes at team dinners?

6. What colours will you dress your team in?

7. What motto does your team live by?

8. How do you react to defeat?

9. What do you most admire about Lalit Modi?

10. How will you customise your home ground?

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