This set brings together England's greatest Ashes Test matches in recent history. Including the classic 1981 Headingley Test from the series which went down in history as 'Botham's Ashes'; the thrilling 2005 Edgbaston Test, where England survived a nail-biting Australian fight back; and the 2009 Oval Test where Stuart Broad ripped through the Australian top order and Graeme Swann sealed victory.
Headeingley 1981 Ian Botham's heroic 149 not out helped England overcome odds of 500-1 and beat Australia by 18 runs. The Test was a turning point for the series which England went on to win. Edgbaston 2005 Still the narrowest win in Ashes history, England's 2 run win was die most exciting of the classic 2005 series and ended with a touching display of sportsmanship between Andrew Flintoff and Brett Lee. The Oval 2009 A comprehensive victory at the Oval sealed the tightly poised 2009 Ashes for England and a rip-roaring 5 wickets in the 1st innings from Stuart Broad was the highlight.