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Tests of Character
Discover yourself by taking our quizzes
What sort of a Test innings would you be?
Pakistan's 49 has a great personality. Do you?
During a match, you want spectators to:
Develop bladder problems because they can't afford to go to the loo
Batting should be like:
Walking into a teen's bedroom in the dark: you never know what you'll trip on next
A Peter Jackson movie: when it finally ends, you can't wait for the sequel
Chewing gum: chomp on it too long and it will lose flavour
Bowling should be like:
A hair-weave on a diva's head: unseen but adding volume
Walking unannounced into a teen's bedroom: there's going to be screaming and unpleasantness
A wardrobe malfunction at an awards show: planned, clinical and talked about for weeks
During the innings, the players in the dressing room are usually:
Writing their autobiographies
In need of professional help
Walking in and out of the door
If a fan arrives late to the stadium, he will:
See what he missed
Think the start was delayed
Have to catch up on YouTube
How do the media react to your type of innings?
They crib about not being able to get to their word limits
With unbridled glee and bragging about a rise in circulation
As if the game is dying
How do fans react to your type of innings?
Ecstatically, because for the next 50 years they can tell people they were there
Grumpily, because they didn't get their money's worth
Happily, because they get a chance to get a good suntan
Which current player epitomises your type of innings?
If a match had four innings of your type, what will it be remembered for?
Angry broadcasters protesting to the home board
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'The most exhilarating day of Test cricket that I have witnessed'
Nineteen wickets on a see-saw day at Lord's was a brilliant advertisement for Test cricket
A Birmingham hat-trick
A damp squib of a contest, but a fantastic day for an Indian fan in Birmingham
Eden Gardens turns on the magic again
A pitch with bounce, plenty of runs, a capacity crowd and a last-over finish all made it a day to remember
'Why did I bother buying day 5 tickets?'
No day five contest at Newlands after Kagiso Rabada took a ten-for to wrap up the series win for South Africa
The chants of Virat-Virat are here to stay
A see-saw day at the Wankhede, including a Kohli century and a boisterous crowd made it a memorable occasion
Chandimal ruled out of Galle Test
MacGill ends legal case against Cricket Australia
'WBBL stint has transformed Harmanpreet'
Unemployed Australians to 'face the music'
Morkel may put Test cricket first as career winds down
How Bangladesh is finding and developing its talent
Mustafizur, Mosaddek, Mehidy, Nazmul - where did they all come from? By
It's time to rediscover Test-match batting
England's recklessness in the name of positivity is a sign that the art of batting in the longest format is no longer given due attention
Is it possible for a Pakistani to be a fan of Ian Botham?
The Cricket Monthly
Nottingham's the charm
On tour in the UK,
witnesses a fine comeback, visits the country's oldest pub, and squeezes in some yoga lessons
Trisha Chetty's legacy in the making
An inspiration in Mark Boucher got her to focus on her wicketkeeping. Today, she's a record-holder - and wants to go further
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