Few sports could play out a rivalry based on burnt bails and pretend newspaper obituaries - especially a rivalry so genuine and historic as the Ashes. There's a mythology and narrative to battles between cricket's oldest enemies that just can't be matched and in the latest edition of All Out Cricket we explore the past and the present to set up another summer of Anglo-Antipodean ding-dongs. Our 33-page Ashes special has got it all: seven reasons why England will win the Ashes (definitely); interviews with Jos Buttler, Darren Lehmann and Moeen Ali; a piece from Aussie writer Adam Collins on the tourists' bad-boy ways; the thoughts of Sir Freddie Flintoff and a cracking seven-page in-depth exploration of the 2005 series with best pals Simon Jones and Kevin Pietersen.
And that's just the Ashes. We've got loads more around that: Kumar Sangakkara's second diary, beautiful recollections on the summer of 1934, a fantastic piece on the free-to-air TV debate, wicketkeeping tips from Sarah Taylor and an interview with Matt Prior about the best moments of his illustrious career.
We're jam-packed! Get it while it's hot.