Ravi Bopara gets the call up after his excellent one-day form and he is 8/1 to be England Top batsman, 25/1 to be man of the match and 5/4 to start the first Ashes Test.
England are currently 7/4 to win the first test and 1/1 to win the series, with over 75% of the early money for England to deliver victory.
England are odds-on to wrap up the series whitewash against Australia according to Ladbrokes.
With the series already in the bag the home side are now odds-on at 4/5 to clinch it 4-0, but Australia are given an even money chance of saving themselves from embarrassment to finish the series at 3-1.
A six wicket win at the Oval for England against Australia on Sunday gave them a 2-0 ODI series win and they are now 4/1 to complete a series whitewash.
A 5-0 series victory will boost England to the top of the world in One Day International cricket. Australia are 11/2 to turn it all around, 6/4 for England to win 4-1 and 13/8 for England to edge the series 3-2.
ENGLAND ARE 5/1 to be the number one side in all three forms of International cricket according to Ladbrokes.
After winning the second ODI against Australia Andy Flower's side are now 5/1 to wrap up the series with a 5-0 win, which will put them at the top in all three International rankings.
Considering their recent form, it might come as something of a surprise to Hill's punters that Australia have been chalked up as the 4/5 favourites to beat England (Evens) in the first ODI.
In order to win, they will need to stop our openers as at least one England opener has scored a century in the last six ODIs. Hills offer 4/1 for either Cook or Bell to make it seven.
England will be full of confidence after a successful series against the West Indies, but they face a sterner test in Australia. Hills are unable to split the pair for the series offering 10/11 take your pick but as fast starters Australia are 4/5 favourites to win the first ODI that starts on Friday.
England are 5/6 to win the first One Day International, with the West Indies offered at 19/20 . With the return of Chris Gayle, Hills have been hammered for the West Indies to score more sixes in the match and they are 8/13 to out six England, who are offered at 2/1. Chris Gayle is 7/1 to be man of the match, 9/4 to be top West Indies batsman and 5/6 to score 34 or more runs.
England are 5/2 to wrap up a series whitewash against the West Indies according to Ladbrokes.
With the win already in the bag it's now 5/2 England are victorious 3-0 in the series as they head into Thursday's Test at Edgbaston as the match favourites, as the Windies face a hard task on their hands chalked up at 14/1.
England have drifted out from 1/2 to 4/6 following the news that James Anderson will be rested for the 3rd and final test of the series.
The West Indies are 8/1 with the return of the British summer ensuring the draw is just 7/4. In Anderson's absence Stuart Broad is the 9/4 favourite to be top wicket taker with Bresnan 5/2 and Steve Finn 11/4. Andrew Strauss is 7/2 to be top batsman.
England have drifted in the World Cup betting markets since Kevin Pietersen announced his retirement, according to Ladbrokes.
Following his decision to quit limited overs cricket the firm have reacted by pushing England out to 7/1 (from 6/1) in both the T20 and ODI World Cup markets.
William Hill have trimmed England from 1/3 to 2/7 following further support for Strauss & his merry men, whilst the West Indies are out to 8/1. The excellent forecast means that the draw is out to 9/2 with the test match to finish on day four now 6/4 from 2/1.
Stuart Broad will be looking forward to returning to his home ground, where he took a hat-trick against India last summer and Hills offer 50/1 that he manages the feat against the West Indies.
If Stuart Broad is named Man of the Match it will see Ladbrokes refund £50,000 in total to punters across the Test series to date.
Despite being hit for six at Lord's the firm are feeling generous by offering to refund losing match bets if Stuart Broad is named man of the match, and should he be given the honour it will see £50,000 refunded to punters in the space of a week.
After an impressive victory in the 1st Test, William Hill rate England as their 2/5 favourites to win the 2nd Test and they are 8/11 to win the Series 3-0.
West Indies run machine, Shiv Chanderpaul, is 4/9 to be the West Indies top Series run scorer with Samuels a 7/2 shot.
England are odds-on at 2/5 ahead of the 2nd Test according to Ladbrokes.
After a scare by the West Indies England successfully chased down 191 to take a 1-0 lead and the bookies now quote them as long odds-on at 1/50 for the series, with their opponents at a rather unlikely 50/1 to win the remaining two matches.
Bookies William Hill have cut the price of England winning the first test against West Indies from an original 4/7 to 4/9 and the money continues to pour in for England to win the series 3-0 at 2/1.
The question mark over Andrew Strauss's recent form continues and Hills offer 5/6 that he scores 32 or less, but he is 5/1 to score a hundred.
ENGLAND ARE just 2/5 to rack up a win in the 1st Test against West Indies according to Ladbrokes.
Andy Flower's side are looking to immediately bounce back from a mediocre winter with victory against the Windies and it's 2/5 they take the 1st Test with the bookies barely taking a bet on the visitors at 10/1.
England are the comfortable odds-on favourites for victory against the West Indies according to Ladbrokes.
Their first series of the summer gets under way on May 17th and at 1/6 England are favoured to bounce back from a miserable winter against outsiders West Indies (12/1).
Andrew Strauss is heavily odds-on to lead England to success against the West Indies, according to Ladbrokes.
Despite his poor performances in the Sri Lanka tour, the firm are confident he's the right man for the job making Strauss 1/16 to face the West Indies this summer as the England captain, with the team favoured at 1/6 for an overdue series win.
England's cricketers are odds-on (2/5) to still be world number one by the end of the current test series with Sri Lanka, according to Ladbrokes.
Andrew Strauss's team are the 2/5 favourites to wrap up victory on the final day of the second test with the draw a 9/4 chance and Sri Lanka 16/1 to complete an unlikely turnaround.