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As we count down to the Ashes we look back at England's 3-1 series victory in 2010-11.
Our look back at Ashes series gone by looks at 2009 as Andrew Flintoff left the Test arena in style.
Like a wounded animal, Australia bit back hard to regain the Ashes after England's 2005 triumph, whitewashing Andrew Flintoff's side 5-0.
We start our look back at Ashes series gone by with a review of the five thrilling Tests of 2005.
We look back at a period of Ashes history painted green and gold - apart from one glorious summer in 2005.
We look at an era where England started and finished on top, with plenty of Australian victories in between.
Some players dominate a match, some a series: Don Bradman dominated an Ashes era.
In our look back at Ashes history, Don Bradman arrives on the scene to give Australia a new weapon.
Between the wars
Could England's tour to the West Indies give them the perfect launchpad for the Ashes?
Bob Willis is expecting a competitive contest when England and Australia collide in the Test arena this summer.
James Anderson, Ian Botham and Nick Knight reflect on England's nine-wicket victory in Grenada.
What did England learn from their catastrophic tour of Australia? The Ashes Panel has its say...