This year The Oval will host the final Test match of the 2013 Ashes series. It is here at The Oval that England was first defeated by Australia on home soil in 1882, in a match that was to start the 'Quest for the Ashes'.
Over 130 years later, the England and Australia cricket teams will meet at The Oval again for the Fifth test of the 2013 series.
It was at The Oval that England's Sir Len Hutton achieved the highest ever Ashes score in 1938, setting a record of 364 runs. His score stood as a world record for 20 years, and still stands as an Ashes record today.
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Visit our YouTube Channel to watch the latest forecast for the fifth Ashes test match at the Kia Oval and keep an eye on the forecast below to see how play may be affected.
21-25 August - Check the weather forecast for The Oval Cricket Ground before heading to Kennington for the Fifth Test of the 2013 Ashes series.
The Ashes is one of the most celebrated rivalries in international sport. The England cricket team won both the 2009 and 2010-11 Ashes series, so will be looking to win this year for the third year running.
Of the sixty-six series played Australia have so far won 31, England 30, while the other five have been drawn. Will England win this, the sixty-seventh series, to make it 31 series wins each?
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The Ashes - Fifth Test