So, from back-to-back 50-over games in Leicester to a final one in this format at the historic St Lawrence Ground in Canterbury, before the travelling roadshow heads to a one-off Test later this month, followed by three final Twenty20s. Competitive interest in the series may well be gone by the time it comes to the last part of this multi-format series though, with Australia already well positioned to retain the Ashes having won the opening two fixtures of this points-based series. More on the ins and outs of that in a moment, but for now, there’s just time for a bit of housekeeping – send an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or tweet (@mike_hytner) if you’d like to get anything off your chest before Geoff Lemon steps in for the start of play in around an hour’s time.
Written by Mike Hytner (now), Geoff Lemon and Rob Smyth (later)
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