Tests of Character

Discover yourself by taking our quizzes

What sort of IPL scandal appeals to you?

So many dirty deeds to choose from

1. A cricketer is reported to have caused a huge ruckus and damaged property during an IPL party. Your reaction is:

2. News comes in that some players are paid nearly twice their signing fee, under the table. You think:

3. There are rumours that the IPL parties have become pick-up joints. What do you think?

4. A study claims that Indian batsmen have lost their ability to play through the off side because of all the slogging in the IPL. What would be your comment on the issue?

5. The police says betting is rampant during IPL matches and therefore fixing must be too. What should the cops do?

6. A batsman turns up to a match with a hangover. What do you think will happen next?

7. Shahrukh Khan breaks into the Wankhede, from where he has been banned for five years, and spray-paints "Tendulkar is a fraud" on the pitch. What will happen next?

8. A sting reveals that a franchise is giving performance-enhancing drugs to its players. What should the tournament organisers do?

9. Models who attend IPL parties are accused of being honey traps, sent by bookies to lure players into fixing. Are you shocked?

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