In the pink for Sydney Test
The attitude of the Test Match Special team is very much the same as that of the England side. We are delighted that the Ashes were retained at the Melbourne Cricket Ground after 24 years of hurt, but know the job is not yet finished.
Don't you worry, there will be no complacency slipping into Aggers' commentary; Geoff Boycott will not be taking his foot of the pedal when it comes to demanding bowlers put the ball in the "corridor" and, if anything, Andrew Samson, our fantastic scorer on this trip, will be working even harder to make sure no record is missed.
Then of course there is the matter of Jonathan Agnew's much-publicised sprinkler dance.
Aggers practices the sprinkler dance in front of Sydney Opera House
A defeat for England would no doubt be a cricketing anti-climax with Australia able to claw back some pride for squaring the series. But an Australian victory here in Sydney would also rob the world of some of the finest dance moves.
In a moment I'm sure he will live to regret Aggers agreed to "do the sprinkler" in public if England won the Ashes series. I can reveal that, although he is taking nothing for granted, Aggers has been practising to make sure that - if the time comes - he will not let anyone down.
However, I could probably arrange for Boycott to be on hand to criticise his dancing technique.
Joining Aggers and Sir Geoffrey in the TMS box at the SCG will be Michael Vaughan, Michael Slater, Jim Maxwell and Vic Marks with Simon Mann making his first appearance of the tour after replacing Christopher Martin-Jenkins, who has returned home to prepare for further duties as President of the MCC.
We'll also have contributions from the analyst Simon Hughes and the Australian batting coach Justin Langer who made his final Test appearance at this ground four years ago.
Of course Langer said farewell alongside two other greats of the Australian side that day in Shane Warne and Glenn McGrath - and I'm delighted to say that we'll be hearing from McGrath during the lunch interval on the opening day of the Test.
Australia's team line up in Baggy Pink caps, along with bowling great Glenn McGrath Photo: Getty
As well as hearing his views on the travails of the current Australian team, Aggers will be learning about the work of the McGrath Foundation, which will be featured very heavily during this game.
The SCG game will be known as the "Pink Test" with lots of events being organised to help promote awareness of breast cancer and to raise money to provide breast care nurses in communities across Australia. There will be pink stumps, pink bat handles, pink shirts and the Test series sponsors Vodafone have even changed the colour of their logo for the first time to fit in with the theme.
The foundation was set up after Glenn's wife Jane was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of just 31. Sadly, she died in 2008 and the third day of every SCG Test will be known as "Jane McGrath Day" to help celebrate her life and promote the work of the foundation.
The Australian team were pictured the day before the Test wearing "Baggy Pink" hats instead of the traditional green and the England players joined in donning pink England caps for the photographers.
The England team are also donating a signed shirt to help raise money for UK based charity Breakthrough Breast Cancer.
Glenn McGrath is not the only legendary Australian player we will be hearing from during this Test. Tom Fordyce has been to meet 88-year-old Arthur Morris, considered one of Australia's best ever left-handed batsman.
Morris was the leading scorer on the so-called "Invincibles" tour of 1948 where he played a key role, alongside Don Bradman chasing down 404 to win an amazing Test at Headingley. Morris was also batting at the other end when "the Don" was bowled second ball in his final Test innings.
Of course Don Bradman is the most famous cricketer of all time - but I bet our guest during Wednesday's tea interval hadn't heard of him until a few weeks ago.
In fact she didn't even know what the Ashes were until a remarkable quirk of fate turned her almost overnight into a worldwide online celebrity. I am talking of course about 22-year-old American Ashley Kerekes who became a Twittersphere sensation when the nickname given to her by her boyfriend "theashes" led to her receiving tweets from thousands of cricket fans from across the world.
She famously tweeted ''I AM NOT A FREAKIN CRICKET MATCH!'' But the Massachusetts-based babysitter has managed to land a trip of a lifetime to Australia and will be at the SCG this week. She'll be telling Aggers what she makes of the experience.
Of course if you are Twitter-friendly you can always get in touch with us at TMS throughout the game with your thoughts - you can contact many of the team including @aggersashes, @tmsproducer, @vaughancricket and many more. Plus you can always e-mail us email@example.com or text 84040.
5 live of course will have masses of coverage of this final Test, led by Mark Pougatch who will be presenting Ashes Breakfast each morning from 0600 GMT.
Among his guests will be the former England batsman Mark Butcher who scored a century here at the SCG in 2003.
If you miss any of the action overnight then don't forget you can always catch up with our Ashes Highlights programme on air from close of play and then repeated all day on 5 live sports extra or you can download the TMS Ashes Podcast.
There will also be plenty at bbc.co.uk/cricket including the text commentary, Tom Fordyce's always-interesting blog, Jonathan Agnew's column, Justin Langer's moment of the day and pictures from behind the scenes at TMS.
It all gets underway Sunday night from 2300 GMT on 5 live sports extra and Radio Four (198 LW) with a half an hour build up including first news of the toss and teams.
Finally I would just like to say a huge thankyou to one group of listeners who have amazingly stayed up for every ball of this series.
The 207-strong group have called themselves "the Night Squad" and Pam Nash e-mailed me the other day to tell me all about them. Apparently they keep each other entertained exchanging tweets through the night on subjects such as suggesting the best stamina lunches to help then through the small hours.
Thanks so much to all of you who have been with us through this fantastic Ashes series. I just hope we get a brilliant climax and a chance to finally see the Agnew Sprinkler!