England premier spinner Graeme Swann interrupts skipper Alastair Cook's press conference ahead of final and fifth Ashes Test at the Oval.
A chance to make history, albeit of different sorts, will confront England and Australia when the final Test of this season's Ashes starts at The Oval in South London on Wednesday.
At 3-0 up with one to play, England have already retained the Ashes and won the series — the first time since the 1950s they've won three successive Test campaigns against their oldest rivals.
England have been forced into making a change after Tim Bresnan, who starred with both bat and ball in the 74-run fourth Test win at Chester-le-Street was ruled out of the rest of the season with a back injury.
Fast bowler Chris Tremlett, looking to revive his Test career on his Surrey home ground, is one of three players along with the uncapped duo of all-rounder Chris Woakes and left-arm spinner Simon Kerrigan looking to take Bresnan's spot.
The Ashes 2013-14
Dec 5, 2013 (05:31 IST) at Adelaide
Pakistan vs Afghanistan in UAE, 2013
Dec 8, 2013 (21:30 IST) at Sharjah
India in South Africa 2013
Dec 8, 2013 (13:30 IST) at Durban
Pakistan vs Sri Lanka in UAE, 2013-14
Dec 11, 2013 (21:30 IST) at Dubai
West Indies tour of New Zealand 2013-14
Dec 11, 2013 (03:00 IST) at Wellington
Dec 5, 2013 at Johannesburg
South Africa won by 141 runs
Dec 3, 2013 at Dunedin
Pakistan in South Africa 2013
Nov 30, 2013 at Centurion
South Africa won by 4 wkts
Nov 27, 2013 at Port Elizabeth
Pakistan won by 1 run
West Indies in India 2013
Nov 27, 2013 at Kanpur
India won by 5 wkts
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Graeme Swann and changing the complexion of lower order batting