Mitchell Johnson helped inspire Australia to revenge in the 2013/14 as Michael Clarke's side whitewashed England.
England secure a third straight Ashes win in 2013, led by Alastair Cook in his first Ashes series as captain.
You've voted Ian Botham's 149no at Headingley as the Greatest Ashes Moment of all time.
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In our look back at Ashes history, Don Bradman arrives on the scene to give Australia a new weapon.
Some players dominate a match, some a series: Don Bradman dominated an Ashes era.
Our look back at Ashes series gone by looks at 2009 as Andrew Flintoff left the Test arena in style.
We look at an era where England started and finished on top, with plenty of Australian victories in between.
We look back at a period of Ashes history painted green and gold - apart from one glorious summer in 2005.
As we count down to the Ashes we look back at England's 3-1 series victory in 2010-11.
We start our look back at Ashes series gone by with a review of the five thrilling Tests of 2005.
Like a wounded animal, Australia bit back hard to regain the Ashes after England's 2005 triumph, whitewashing Andrew Flintoff's side 5-0.
Many lament the almost total disappearance of the five-Test series, but most of the early Ashes series were short.
England lose by eight runs at The Oval in 1882, chasing only 85 to win, prompting a mock obituary in The Sporting Times.