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Ashes 2013/14: Ian Bell and Nathan Lyon - plus Bumble goes shark-diving and all the Adelaide action

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Bumble meets Jaws

Just when you thought it was safe to go back to bed early the Ashes is back!

Join us from 11pm tonight to see if Australia can build on their jaw-dropping victory in Brisbane and whether England sink or swim in Adelaide.

We'll bring you the latest news from the tourists' camp - including an interview with Ian Bell - and details of the toss and teams in our hour-long build-up show.

But that's not all as Sky Cricket's Ian Ward, who will be presenting Ashes Extra from 11pm on Sky Sports 2 on days two to five, explained.

"The other day we managed to dunk David Lloyd in a shark tank," he said. "We flew over to Port Lincoln and out to the Neptune Islands and we threw him and Nasser Hussain into a tank that was surrounded by Great White sharks.

"David didn't want to do it at all but once he saw how graceful these creatures are he was quite happy to do it, so we've had a bit of fun with Bumble."

Here's a taster of what else to look out for in the coming days...

BOUNCING BACK: Mike Atherton looks back at where it all went wrong for England in Brisbane and how they can improve against the short ball

LYON'S PRIDE: We catch up with Nathan Lyon, who was on the Adelaide groundstaff when England last visited Adelaide on the 2010/11 tour

OVAL OFFICE: Former Australian batsman Greg Blewett puts on his tour guide cap and takes us on a tour of the new-look Adelaide Oval

Clarke doesn't expect to see Panesar

As ever, there is a multitude of ways to #Catchup and #Stayup with all of the action, from @SkyCricket on Twitter to our live, interactive in-running blog on where - as on mobile - you will also find the latest match reports, reaction and video highlights.

The Ashes Events Centre - our first-ever second screen experience for cricket - allows you to watch live ball-by-ball coverage on your iPad or online incorporates an integrated timeline and puts the best of Sky Cricket's analysis at your fingertips, so you need never miss a ball.

If you can't stay up all night watching the action with David Gower and the team on Sky Sports 2, you can wake up to The Ashes Breakfast every morning from 8am on Sky Sports 2 for extensive reaction to the night's action, while The Ashes - Verdict show will provide in-depth analysis and discussion before The Ashes Extra - Live.

And if you want the latest analysis and talking points from the Sky Sports commentators throughout the day then simply download the Sky Sports Ashes Podcast.

Watch day one of the second Ashes Test between Australia and England from 11pm on Wednesday, on Sky Sports 2.