There is no sporting opponent that evokes excitement and anticipation in Australians quite like England.
Since the inception of the Ashes Test series in 1882, the battle between Old Blighty and its former prison colony has been the biggest in cricket.
The rivalry is one that every cricket fan marks in their calendars.
Since that first series more than a century ago, Ashes hosting rights have always rotated every 18-24 months between the two nations.
In 2021-22, it is Australia’s turn to host England. The 2019 series was a belter that ended in a 2-2 draw, so there is a lot to live up to.
If you are betting on the Ashes this year, we’ve taken a comprehensive look at all the ins and outs of the series and a number of different markets.