Tuesday 25 August 2015 09:32, UK
So England slipped to an innings and 46-run defeat to Australia on day four of the final Test at The Oval, but that didn't dampen their Ashes-winning celebrations.
On the latest Sky Cricket Podcast, we hear from England's captain Alastair Cook after their 3-2 series win, plus outgoing Australian captain Michael Clarke.
Chris Rogers also played his last Test for Australia, and we hear from him after he was picked as Australia's player of the series, plus there's Joe Root, the overall man of the series.
Plus, Michael Holding reflects on the series and how one-sided it has been back-and-forth between the two teams, while Michael Atherton and Nasser Hussain look at what is to come for England and Australia.
Athers discusses Australia's rebuilding phase and looks at some of the side's success stories in the Ashes, such as Mitch Marsh and Nathan Lyon. Nasser meanwhile ponders how England can get two spinners into their side to play Pakistan in the UAE, and looks forward to the upcoming ODI series.
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