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'Don't Care, You Can Pick Any': Cummins' Bizarre Prediction For T20 WC Semifinalists

Cummins is a part of Australia's T20 World Cup squad (X)Cummins is a part of Australia's T20 World Cup squad (X)

Australian cricket team, the current champions of the ODI World Cup and ICC Test Championship, are gearing up to win the ICC T20 World Cup as well, which begins in June. 

Pat Cummins captained Australia to victory in both the recent ICC trophies. However, Mitchell Marsh now leads the Australian side, with Cummins remaining an integral part of the team. 

Pat Cummins, currently leading Sunrisers Hyderabad in the IPL, has won the hearts of Hyderabad fans as SRH became a sensation under his captaincy. Cummins is enjoying the attention of fans and is participating in many local interviews.

Watch: Cummins predicting the T20 World Cup Semifinalists 

In a recent interview, when asked to predict the teams that would reach the T20 World Cup semifinals, he instantly answered "Australia." When the interviewer asked about the other three teams, he replied, "You can choose the other three."

When the interviewer asked Cummins again, "Which three do you want?" Cummins responded with, "Don't care, you can pick any of them."

Cummins represents the typical Australian attitude. They always aim to win every tournament, no matter who they're up against. 

This mindset has helped Australia win many titles. It's what helped them beat India in the  2023 ODI World Cup final, even though it was in India.

Can Cummins take SRH to IPL win?

Cummins' leadership could be key for SRH  to win the IPL. Although they start the tournament on high note, they had slowed down after teams start exploiting their bowling weaknesses.  However they won a thrilling 1 run game vs league leaders Rajasthan Royals in the last game.

Cummins' SRH face a crucial game against Mumbai Indians tomorrow.at Wankhede. A loss could improve Delhi and CSK's playoff chances, with RCB still having a shot at qualifying.