Members of the worldwide cricketing community have paid tribute to former player and commentating icon Richie Benaud, who has sadly passed away at the age of 84.
Australia have named their squad for this summer's series with the side looking to retain the Ashes.
Alastair Cook feels the new faces in the dressing room have led to a more positive atmosphere after the Ashes whitewash.
Eoin Morgan says he's not sensed any division in the camp and was asked today if he thought the Ashes whitewash will be a big factor in the one-day series.
The Women's Ashes gets underway tomorrow at the WACA in Perth, and England's captain Charlotte Edwards hopes to restore some pride with a successful Test series.
Former England batsman, Nick Knight has called on Pietersen, Andy Flower, and the new ECB managing director, Paul Dowton, to sort out any issues.
Mitchell Johnson will be rested for the first one day international of the series.
Sky Sports cricket pundit Bob Willis gives his view on whether Kevin Pietersen should remain in the England squad
Chris Tremlett thinks Kevin Pietersen is still an important member of the squad. This comes after Andy Flower's denial that he has given the ECB an ultimatum over Pietersen
Heather Knight is confident of retaining the women's Ashes in Australia. Knight also wants to restore a bit of pride in the English game after a disappointing tour for the men's team.
Kevin Pietersen says he has no intention of retiring from test cricket and wants to help England regain the Ashes next year.
Michael Atherton has welcomed the news that Andy Flower will stay on as England Cricket director.
Fans turned out in Sydney to see the australian team celebrate their Ashes victory.
The verdict panel attempt to select an England team to face Sri Lanka and for the 2015 Ashes.
The Verdict panel agree with Nasser Hussain that the crushing Ashes defeat has signalled the end of an era for England.
Yorkshire's director of cricket Martyn Moxon thinks England have to be patient with young players to help them develop.
Shane Watson expects England to be competitive again soon after being whitewashed by Australia in the Ashes.
Andy Flower has reiterated that he will not quit as England's team director after the 5-0 Ashes whitewash.
The Ashes Verdict panel believe that it is the end of an era for the England cricket team and that changes will need to be made within the squad.
Bob Willis believes that Mitchell Johnson's bowling made the difference in the Ashes series.