The home of cricket is hosting the second Ashes Test of the summer - and the Cricket Writers on TV studio will host 90 minutes of intense leather on willow debate on Sunday morning.
England claimed a 15-run victory over Australia in a gripping first encounter at Trent Bridge and match two started in eye-catching fashion on Thursday, as well, as the tourists captured three wickets before the lunch break at Lord's.
Sky Sports' Paul Allott will be joined by three of the finest cricket journalists around - The Guardian's Mike Selvey, Dean Wilson of The Mirror and The Australian's Gideon Haigh - to talk about the Test at headquarters and preview what could lie in store on day four.
Here's what the panel may mull over...
ALL CHANGE - England replaced paceman Steven Finn with Tim Bresnan for the Lord's encounter, while Australia axed batsman Ed Cowan and left-arm quick Mitchell Starc in favour of Usman Khawaja and Ryan Harris. Have those calls proved wise?
STATE OF PLAY - Paul and co will assess whether Alastair Cook or Michael Clarke's side is in the ascendancy after day three at Lord's. England won the last Ashes Test at the hallowed ground in 2009, the first time they had achieved that feat since 1934 - so are they primed to win again?
HEADLINE MAKERS - Ashton Agar's heroics at number 11, James Anderson's 10-wicket haul and Ian Bell's century caught the attention at Trent Bridge, but whose exploits have excited the media in London? Mike, Dean and Gideon will tell all...
For all that, plus a thorough review of the day's papers, tune into Cricket Writers on TV, 8.30am, Sunday, Sky Sports Ashes HD.