England have already got their hands on the urn but there is still plenty more Ashes action to enjoy.
Victory at Durham in the fourth Test gave England a series-clinching 3-0 lead over the Aussies and Alastair Cook's troops will be desperate to continue their run.
With the next Ashes series Down Under only three months away, there is pride and plenty of places still up for grabs.
England have held the famous urn since 2009 and you can watch the team perform live on Sky Sports in one more Test battle before they head off to Australia this winter.
It's a great chance to see some upcoming talent in the England ranks with uncapped duo Simon Kerrigan and Chris Woakes drafted into the squad for the last Test in London.
Lancashire spinner Kerrigan is the second leading wicket-taker in the LV= County Championship Division Two (47 scalps at an average of 20.23) could come in if Graeme Swann is rested.
Darren Lehmann's tourists have been unlucky not win a Test this summer and they will be giving everything to finally get some reward for their efforts on foreign soil.
The series has been a cracking contest so far and more fireworks are in store on and off the The Oval pitch, with the likes of of Sir Ian Botham, Shane Warne, David Lloyd and Andrew Strauss following the action.
Tune into Sky Sports Ashes from 10am on Thursday.
We will also show you ample Ashes action in our evening highlights show, while for the latest team news, analysis, stats and scores, you can head to skysports.com and Sky Sports News HD.
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