England will look to create history this time by trying to winning the Ashes for the fourth consecutive time — which would be a first in their history. They have a settled line-up on paper and start the series as heavy favourites to beat Australia on their soil for the second consecutive time.
 
The first Test will start on November 21 at The Gabba, Brisbane. The action then shifts to the picturesque Adelaide Oval ground in Adelaide, where the second Test will start on December 5.
 
The third Test commences on December 13 at the WACA in Perth. The traditional Boxing Day Test will be played on December 26 at the Melbourne Cricket Ground and finally the New Year Test at the Sydney Cricket Ground will start on January 3, 2014." /> England will look to create history this time by trying to winning the Ashes for the fourth consecutive time — which would be a first in their history. They have a settled line-up on paper and start the series as heavy favourites to beat Australia on their soil for the second consecutive time.
 
The first Test will start on November 21 at The Gabba, Brisbane. The action then shifts to the picturesque Adelaide Oval ground in Adelaide, where the second Test will start on December 5.
 
The third Test commences on December 13 at the WACA in Perth. The traditional Boxing Day Test will be played on December 26 at the Melbourne Cricket Ground and finally the New Year Test at the Sydney Cricket Ground will start on January 3, 2014." />