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A gripping, distinctive history of the iconic, 135-year-old cricketing rivalry between England and Australia.
Simon Hughes is cricket's Analyst. In 2002 he won the Royal Television Society's Sports Pundit of the Year Award, while his insights during the epic 2005 Ashes brought the technical side of the game to a new audience. Simon's commentaries have not only been enjoyed by Channel Four, Five and Test Match Special audiences, but by readers of his regular column in the Daily Telegraph. This is Simon's seventh book. His first - A Lot of Hard Yakka - scooped sports writing's biggest prize: The William Hill Sports Book of the Year Award. His illustrious writing career followed an equally sparkling cricket career as a fast bowler for Middlesex 1980-91 where he won ten titles including four county championships. 1999 saw Simon begin his stint as the groundbreaking Analyst on Channel 4's award-winning cricket coverage, which won 28 awards in its 7-year span, including six Baftas.