A426 is the X-ray brightest cluster in the Sky. The core is X-ray peaked, has a short radiative cooling time, a temperature drop and a central radio source which is blowing bubbles in the intracluster medium. A radio minihalo extends over the central 6 arcmin. A coincident power-law component is seen in deep Chandra data. This is likely to be inverse Compton emission from the electron population responsible for the radio emission. The region is expected to be a luminous, extended, hard X-ray source easily detectable by the Suzaku HXD. Confirmation of this hard X-ray component will enable the magnetic field to be securely determined in the intracluster gas.