Last in the Tin Bath is the eagerly awated autobiography of hugely popular commentator and cricket enthusiast David Lloyd.
HIs enthusiasm for the game and humour make him one of the most popular commentators in the game as he combines immense knowledge and experience - as a player, umpire and coach - with an eye for quirky detail and a stream of brilliant stories.
In his new autobiography he tells the story from his childhood in Accrington and how as a young boy, he would have to wait his turn to wash himself in the family's tin bath after a long day of playing cricket.
From there he went on to play for Lancashire, making his debut as a teenager, then earning an England call-up to take on the might of Dennis Lillee and Jeff Thomson.
After his retirement from playing, he became an umpire and then coach of England before joining Sky Sports as a commentator and pundit.
The autobiography is being published to coincide with this summer's Ashes.
Published by Simon & Schuster
Publication date: 10th September 2015