“I’d love for him to save all of his energy for Australia” – Does Pat Cummins not want Cameron Green to play in the IPL?

Pat Cummins Cameron Green IPL 2023

Excitement is currently is at the peak as the Indian Premier League (IPL) craze is fully on the fans. Many top talents in the world of cricket is ready to under the hammer, one of whom is Australian all-rounder Cameron Green.


The deadline for all the teams to submit the list of players they have opted to retain and release have past and names have also been revealed. After that, most of all teams have quite a big budget going into the Players Auction that is to take place on the 23rd of December.

Some big names are set to appear in the Players Auction such as England’s star duo Ben Stokes and Sam Curran and Australia Cameron Green. Other than them, names who have been released by teams will also appear in the Auction.


While Australian all-rounder Cameron Green is in huge demand among the teams, the Australia skipper Pat Cummins though wants him to focus more on playing for Australia.

Pat Cummins, who was a part of KKR for the last 2 years, have parted ways with the teams citing important fixtures for the national team and won’t be returning to the IPL for the season.

Recently, he spoke with SEN Radio and stated there that he would young Cameron Green to focus on playing Australia, however he also doesn’t want to persuade him to not play in the IPL and said that he is open to adding his name for the Auction.


“We’ll wait and see, I think the auction is a little while away. Selfishly as a captain, I’d love for him to save all of his energy for Australia but how can you tell someone to say no to that kind of opportunity?” Cummins said on SEN Radio.

Cameron Green has been making headlines for long now, especially after his brilliant outing in his debut T20 series against India prior to the World Cup in India. While he is mainly a all-rounder, he did actually open the inning for Australia in absence of David Warner during the series against India and scored a couple of fifties as well with a strike rate of over 200.

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