No, not in Korea, thankfully, but in Australia, when the current England national cricket team will be defending the Ashes at the first test in Brisbane on Thursday.
Many pundits have predicted this series to be the closest for a long time. For too long, England have suffered a long inferiority complex when going up against the long-dominant Aussies. However, with the hosts suffering from indifferent form, and the tourists finally getting the knack of winning matches, this could serve up a great feast for fans.
England will want to avenge the heavy 5-0 defeat and retain the famous urn, but captain Andrew Strauss is understandably cautious as he hopes to help his team win for the first time in 24 years in the old enemy’s back yard.
Meanwhile, if you are one of the majority of Brits at home who didn’t make it Down Under, you can either watch on Sky Sports, or listen to Test Match Special on BBC Radio 5Live through the night… that’s if you can stay awake long enough.