Both England and Australia have issues ahead of this year's Ashes. Here, we take a look at how both nations stand ahead of the series.
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England's Steve Borthwick has confirmed that Maro Itoje will be absent again when they travel to Wales on Saturday.
Wales are hopeful that Leigh Halfpenny and Dan Biggar will recover in time to face England in the Six Nations on Saturday.
A minor calf strain means Chris Ashton will miss England's trip to face Wales in the Six Nations.
Sledging between England and Australia will not be as bad as it has been in previous Ashes battles, according to Stuart Broad.
England have confirmed Paul Farbace will leave his role as assistant coach and join Warwickshire in March.
Carlos Brathwaite, Sheldon Cottrell and John Campbell have replaced Rovman Powell, Keemo Paul and Evin Lewis in West Indies' ODI squad.