After months of build-up, the Ashes have finally arrived in Nottinghamshire. With the series perfectly balanced at 2-1 to the home side, it’s do or die time for the Australians – if they still have plans to take the Ashes back home with them.
England, meanwhile, will be hoping to continue their great form and seal the series. The dream of lifting cricket’s smallest – but most significant – trophy right here in Nottingham, is still very much alive.
The action gets under-way tomorrow, and with England’s Jimmy Anderson missing out due to injury – the hopes of a nation fall largely on Nottinghamshire’s own Stuart Broad, who looks set to take his