Company directors should prepare for a lot of bleary-eyed faces amongst their sporting personnel over the next few weeks. Their staff will be stocking up on Red Bull and installing a duvet in front of the TV as they prepare for the most eagerly anticipated England tour to Australia in 24 years.
The Ashes is about to start.
How good are England's chances?
On paper, England appear the team on the rise, whereas Australia find themselves in the usual situation of poor form with lots of question marks over their best eleven.
However, nothing is as dangerous as an Aussie team cornered in their own back yard. They are going to attack England from the word go and this is going to be a mighty close series.
Can England win?
Yes, but here's what they need to do...