With the Ashes secured for at least the next three months, England are now in one-day mode.
The urn holders will tussle with Australia in two T20 internationals and five ODIs over the next few weeks - all of which are live on Sky Sports - as they try to continue their dominance over their Antipodean counterparts following a 3-0 triumph in the Test series.
The first 20-over-a-side dash comes your way on Thursday evening from The Ageas Bowl in Southampton, while the second takes place at Emirates Durham ICG on Saturday - and there should be plenty of pyrotechnics in both encounters.
Stuart Broad will lead England's T20I group and will be joined by fellow Ashes stars Joe Root and Steven Finn, but the rest of the squad is made up of players who did not feature in the five-day arena this summer.
Therefore, the likes of Eoin Morgan, Michael Carberry, Ravi Bopara, Boyd Rankin and Luke Wright will be itching to get a crack at the Aussies and potentially earn themselves a spot in one of the touring parties for the trip Down Under this winter.
The host are likely to receive a stiff examination from Darren Lehmann's side, though, which features an array of big hitters, including Glenn Maxwell, Phil Hughes and the headline-making David Warner.
The five-match ODI series could be a cracker, too, as England aim to build on their runner-up spot to India at the ICC Champions Trophy - and Australia aim to bounce back from getting knocked out in the group stage.
England v Australia's limited-overs itinerary (shown on Sky Sports Ashes unless otherwise stated)
1st T20I at The Ageas Bowl - 6.30pm, Thu Aug 29
2nd T20I at Emirates Durham ICG - 2.30pm, Sat, Aug 31
1st ODI at Headingley - 9.30am, Fri Sep 6
2nd ODI at Old Trafford - 9.30am, Sun Sep 8
3rd ODI at Edgbaston - 1.30pm, Wed Sep 11, Sky Sports 1
4th ODI at SWALEC Stadium - 9.30am, Sat Sep 14
5th ODI at The Ageas Bowl - 1.30pm, Mon Sep 16