There was no winner after five Tests, but there were plenty of highlights between England and Australia. We look back on the 2019 Ashes.
Australia retained the urn but England had the last word to draw level. We look back at how the drama unfolded in the drawn series.
England belatedly got the measure of Steve Smith and Australia, but Ben Stokes was not rueing their slow start to the Ashes.
England lead the fifth and final Ashes Test by 382 runs as they seek to draw the series 2-2.
Joe Denly was closing in on a maiden Test century at tea after the opener and Ben Stokes made Australia toil.
Rory Burns and Ben Stokes fell after lunch, but Joe Root will start the final session of day one at The Oval on 57 after riding his luck.
England have dropped out-of-form Jason Roy for the final Ashes Test, but Joe Root has no doubt the batsman can force his way back in.
England have dropped Jason Roy for the final Ashes Test, with Sam Curran coming in alongside Chris Woakes, who has replaced Craig Overton.
Despite seeing their hopes of winning the Ashes end at Old Trafford, England have opted not to make changes to their squad for the Oval.
Australia were closing in on a win that would ensure they kept the Ashes thanks to Pat Cummins, with Ben Stokes out cheaply.