The forthcoming Ashes Series to be held in England from July 2015 may well be the most important in living memory.
There are several reasons for this – but the main one is that since the Ashes series are deemed to have begun back in 1882, the current score is 32 victories to Australia, 31 victories to England and five drawn from 68 series played. So England, on home soil, will be absolutely desperate to level what will then be a 133 year-old cricket scoreboard. What’s more, they’ll be particularly keen to do so after their five to zero whitewash in the last Ashes series in Australia; one they had entered with very high hopes of winning overall! Continue reading “2015 Ashes will be the most important”