11. Scott Boland

He played the last three games of the series but ended up being third in the list of leading-wicket takers. He was the player of the match in his debut game. He carried his form to Sydney and dismissed four English batters in the first innings which included the wicket of English skipper who got dismissed for a duck. He picked three wickets in the second innings too.

10. Mark Wood

Wood was the leading wicket-taker for England in the series picking 17 wickets in four games at a bowling average of 26.65. The figure he had in the second innings of the Hobart Test match was his career-best bowling figures in Test cricket. He was fast in the air and was hitting the deck very hard.

9. Pat Cummins (C)

He picked a fifer on his captaincy debut. He missed a Test match but despite that, he was the leading wicket-taker of the series picking 21 wickets at a bowling average of 18.05. He topped the chart of leading wicket-takers for the third series in succession. He is currently the number one ranked bowler in Test cricket.

8. Cameron Green

He was brilliant in his first Ashes series too. He scored 228 runs in eight innings at an average of 32.57 which included two quality fifties. With the ball, he picked 13 wickets and he gave Australia breakthroughs when they needed the most. He was fantastic while fielding too and he took some serious catches at gully.

7. Jonny Bairstow (WK)

He scored 194 runs in the four innings of the two-Test matches he played. He batted at an average of 48.5. Ollie Poe was preferred over Bairstow initially in the series but the back-to-back failures of Pope made way for the Yorkshire batter who made the most of the opportunity and played brilliantly against the lethal Aussie pace attack.

6. Ben Stokes

He scored 236 runs in the 5 Test matches at an acceptable average of 23.6 which also included two fifties. He picked four wickets in the series, three of which came in one inning. He did everything in his capacity for his team. He is undoubtedly the best all-rounder in cricket among the current set of players.

5. Travis Head

He scored 357 runs in six innings at an average of 59.5 which included two centuries and one fifty. Unfortunately, he missed the Sydney Test match otherwise he would have added some more runs to his name. His fearless and bold attitude was highly praised by cricket experts and fans all over the world.

4. Joe Root

He scored 322 runs in five matches of the series at an average of 32.2. He was at number three on the list of highest run-scorers in the series and scored the most runs for England. He is the number two ranked Test batter currently and was number one before getting surpassed by Marnus Labuschange.

3. Marnus Labuschagne

He scored 335 runs in nine innings of the five-Test matches in the series at an average of 41.88. He scored two fifties and one hundred in the series. He was awarded the player of the match in the second Test in Adelaide. Australia has very much faith in him and hopefully, he will live up to their expectations.

2. Usman Khawaja

Usman Khwaja played the last two Test matches of the series and scored 255 runs in just four innings at an extraordinary average of 85.00. He scored a brilliant 137 in the first innings of the Sydney Test match and again scored a 101 in the second innings. He opened the batting in the last Test match.

1. David Warner

He didn’t score a hundred but he had two ninety-plus scores in the series that too when the team needed it from him. He adds one more dimension to his gameplay that is his fielding. He was excellent in slips. He walked into The Ashes after an amazing T20 World Cup campaign in UAE. He was the best opener on display.