Following England's historic success in the ICC World Twenty20 tournament - England fans' first chance to see most of the team in action again comes at Lord's.
Paul Collingwood led the England team to their first ICC World Cup trophy, with a fantastic victory over arch rivals Australia in the Caribbean.
There's not much time for celebrations though. Just 11 days after their World Cup win, England are at Lord's, to take on Bangladesh in the first Test match of the English summer.
Despite the change of format it's likely the Test side will include at least half of the World Cup winning team.
Collingwood is a key part of England's Test line-up, as is World T20 Player-of-the-Series, and new dad, Kevin Pietersen.
Spinner Graeme Swann is one of the leading bowlers in Test cricket and Stuart Broad has also played a key role in England's Test side.
Alongside those four, Tim Bresnan and Ryan Sidebottom have both played Test cricket for England recently, as has Luke Wright.
After his explosive efforts with the bat in the Caribbean, Eoin Morgan (who, as a Middlesex player, should feel at home at Lord's) may also fancy his chances of a Test call-up.
Craig Kieswetter, who only recently made his England debut in any format, is already putting heavy pressure on Matt Prior for the wicket-keepers' gloves too.