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Discover yourself by taking our quizzes
How would you react in a nail-biter?
If we pop you into a pressure cooker, would you blow off steam or explode?
You need six runs off the last ball. What do you do?
Do whatever it takes to get to the finishing line by the skin of my teeth
Close my eyes and throw the bat at whatever comes my way
The opposition needs six off the last ball, bowled by you. What do you do?
Tempt him with a juicy full toss, which will get caught at the boundary. Then he'll know I have him licked
Bowl a slower one… or a yorker… or a bouncer… What's the underarm rule again?
You are batting with a tailender and need to get off strike on the last ball of the over. What do you do?
I don't worry about getting off strike. I can make my partner get runs by guiding him from the other end
Tell him if he doesn't make it to the other end, it's a hand-to-mouth existence for the rest of his life
Can I run before the ball is bowled?
A big-hitter is killing your team out there. He mistimes a ball and it goes up in air and circles down towards you. How will you catch it?
I'll run in circles myself so that I am in tune with the ball's trajectory
Umm... with my hands
Jump and gobble it up
The opposition are scrambling for the winning run when you have a shot at the stumps. What do you do?
Roll the ball towards the stumps, for that's the safest route
Throw the ball to the fielder next to me - like in "passing the parcel"
Spit at the batsman to distract him
You appeal for a plumb lbw that will hand you the match. But the umpire turns it down. What do you do?
Expect a wicket off the next ball
I'll have to hold my tongue to avoid getting fined
You're in the pavilion while your last pair is chasing a steep target. The camera pans to you to catch your reaction. What do you do?
Bare my teeth at it
Be expressionless, like a newly botoxed Beverly Hills housewife
Try to avoid vomiting on air
It's the World Cup final and nerves are jangling. The opposition sledges you. What do you do?
Clear my throat before realising I don't have a smart retort
Proceed to bash them out of the game
Tell them to bite me
Your team-mate gets into a scuffle with the opposition just before having to bowl the final over. What do you do?
Tell him to use the anger in his bowling
Tell him to kiss and make up first
How do you distract yourself during tense moments in the game?
With a paper bag
By not thinking beyond the present moment
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