Michael Atherton, Nasser Hussain, Shane Warne and Sir Ian Botham discuss whether Joe Root should bat three for England.
The Cricket Writers on TV panel discuss whether the Ashes could genuinely be under threat from the ongoing pay dispute between Cricket Australia and its players.
Michael Atherton takes a trip around the Trent Bridge museum to gain an insight into one of England's greatest ever fast bowlers, Harold Larwood, part of the famous Bodyline Ashes series.
Alec Stewart is in no doubt Surrey batsman Mark Stoneman will represent England sooner rather than later.
Kevin Pietersen believes Australia will benefit from James Anderson's injury.
England's new Test vice-captain Ben Stokes tells Ian Ward he and new skipper Joe Root will make a good combination. Stokes has also become the IPL's most expensive overseas player - but says the added pressure won't change his thinking.
Former England captain David Gower reacts to the resignation of Alastair Cook.
Rob Key says he'd like Alastair Cook to remain as England captain, but stresses he must have the energy and desire to continue.
Australia head coach Darren Lehmann has extended his contract until 2019, meaning he'll remain in charge for the next Ashes series against England and ICC Cricket World Cup.
With Sky Sports awarded a BAFTA for its coverage of The Ashes, look back on a thrilling summer of cricket from 2015.
Our special show documents how England went from Ashes underdogs to winners under skipper Alastair Cook.
Watch Ian Bell and Moeen Ali as they swap playing for punditry to look back on the best of the 2015 Ashes.
Former England wicket-keeper and Ashes hero of 2005 Geraint Jones will hang up the gloves after today's Royal London One Day cup final. Jones looks back at the highs and lows of his career.
Nick Knight analyses the current England team and tells us why he thinks the future's bright with English cricket.
Australia captain Steve Smith spoke to Nasser Hussain following their win in the 5th ODI against England at Old Trafford.
Mitchell Marsh took four wickets to help Australia to victory in the 5th ODI against England at Old Trafford and a 3-2 series win.
The pick of the action from the 5th ODI between England and Australia at Old Trafford.
The Sky Sports cricket team pick their favourite moments from what's been a great English summer.
Eoin Morgan had to leave the field after taking a nasty blow to the back of his helmet.
Glenn Maxwell pulled off this magnificent catch during the 4th ODI between England and Australia.
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