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Discover yourself by taking our quizzes
How popular are you with your team-mates?
KP wasn't very well liked in the dressing room. Would you be?
When meeting up for a tour, how do you greet your team-mates?
"Hey boys, look what I brought - cupcakes!"
"Before you bring my bags from the car, please wear these gloves to ensure no sweat stains get on my new Louis Vuittons"
"Hello, I am your new short leg"
What do you do with your Man of the Match cash?
Commission a marble bust of yourself to decorate the dressing room with
Use it as protection money
Refurbish the team bus so that every seat has an entertainment unit and a gaming console
How will you congratulate your batting partner on getting a hundred?
With plenty of glove love and manly hugs
With a bow and an "I'm not worthy" chant
With tips on how to improve his strike rate
How do you motivate team-mates during a team meeting?
By leading them in a funny-rhymes singalong
By offering to clean their gear
By screening videos of your best innings
What do you say to a team-mate when he gets out on 99?
"Triple figures are for winners"
"Do you know how many times Tendulkar's been out in the 90s? It just means you're as good as him"
"If I could get half of what you got…"
There is no "I" in team…
But there are M and E
Yes, I am insignificant like a bug on the wall
And "V" is for victory
How do you spend your free time on tour?
Taking team-mates out to dinner, movies, creating playlists for their iPods, and playing multi-player games on my Xbox 360…
Getting my team-mates to take photographs of me with my fans
Taking food orders, carrying WAGs' shopping bags, refilling drinks, getting towels for everyone in the gym…
Do you follow your team-mates on Twitter?
Yes. How else will they remember me?
Yes. How else to keep in touch with the latest news, gossip and jokes?
Only if they follow me
What do you do if a team-mate gets into an argument with opposition players on the field?
Ensure I stay out of the way of any punches thrown
Ensure I have his back in case any punches are thrown
Get in between them and pray no punches are thrown
How will you react if your team-mates pull a prank on you that ends up turning your hair fuchsia pink?
Ask the board to suspend their contracts
With joy, because getting pranked means acceptance into the tribe
Fuchsia? Sounds cool. I'll grow a beard and have it coloured the same
More in Page 2
The Dubai sauna gives a suffocating welcome
The heat and the one-sided encounter were downers but this Pakistan was happy that at least his team won
A triumphant Lord's return
Pakistan thrilled one and all in their first Test at Lord's since 2010, giving their fans the experience of a lifetime
A match that transcended the ordinary
A fan hears "the sound that will live on in my memory for the rest of my life" during the India-Bangladesh game
An 800-km train journey to watch two special wins
A long journey, queues and ticketing troubles could not take away from the great show that Afghanistan and Scotland put on in Nagpur
PSL's final rumble among dhols and Africa djembes
The quality of cricket was high, the noise levels in the ground were high. The only downer was the struggle to get into the stadium
Laughlin, Mitchell pin Wellington; Chapman blitzes Otago
BCCI set for another Supreme Court hearing
Smith's 164 drives Australia to 324
Debutant Afif's 5 for 21 stuns Chittagong
Tom Curran's five-for demolishes UAE
'I had to choose between cricket and tennis. Think I made the right one'
On the Road:
Melinda Farrell meets Chris Rogers in Perth, where he spent his formative cricketing years
It's not true till it's in the papers tomorrow
The joys of reading about a game the next day in print
'WSC was the greatest thing that ever happened to cricket'
Jeff Hammond reminisces about the game in the '70s, and Australia's tour of the West Indies in 1973
Six Pakistani collapses, one story
Poor shots, run-outs, making ordinary bowling look terrifying -
looks at the team's meltdowns this year
The pains of Pidge
The Cricket Monthly December issue
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