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Previewing England's Ashes Tour

Cricket fans are waiting with bated breath for the return of the Ashes competition this year. But when and where are they happening, and what can we predict about the series?

This article will give a preview of when the ashes will be hosted, what we can expect and what fans have to look forward to.

When and Where

The Ashes this year are being held in Australian capital cities starting from November 2021 and finishes in January 2022.

The History

England's Recent Ashes Form

Key Changes in England's Line Up

It has been predicted that there will be a lot of changes in the England side ahead of the next Ashes. This is despite the strong showing at the end of the last series to deliver the draw.

Here are some of the player who could figure significantly in the 2021/2022 Ashes:


England look well set for going one step better than last time round and winning the Ashes trophy back.

The heat of the Aussie summer and the intense schedule of matches is always a factor. Well trained and experienced players will be able to cope with this and bring the Ashes home to English soil.


The Ashes is one of cricket's oldest rivalries, pairing the two nations of England and Australia against each other with the winner getting all the plaudits – and the ashes.

Recent form suggests England could be in with a good shout of winning back the urn from the home team.

Australia will have other ideas. The side from down-under will be dead set on defending the trophy in front of their home fans.

It promises to be an exciting competition and, as the last Ashes proved, there are always surprises in store.