Tests of Character

Discover yourself by taking our quizzes

What would you offer in exchange for an IPL franchise?

We'll take anything you can throw at us… except maybe the kitchen sink

1. Being a club owner means:

2. What do you need for player auctions?

3. What is your main purpose for buying an IPL franchise?

4. . Are the exorbitant prices bid for the recent franchises justified?

5. Haven't the recent scandals deterred you?

6. What would you do if the BCCI threatened to scrap your franchise because of financial discrepancies?

7. What, according to you, makes a successful T20 franchise?

8. What will be your strategy to outbid rivals?

9. How will you attract fans to support your franchise?

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