Matt Prior

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  • Info Matthew James Prior (born 26 February 1982) is an English cricketer who plays for England in Test cricket and domestic cricket for Sussex. more...
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  • He has represented England but lost his place to Matt Prior in 2009.
  • After the match, England wicket-keeper Matt Prior announced that he would step down for the rest of the summer due to injury.
  • He played in none of the games, however, and was replaced by Matt Prior for the three-game ODI series against Australia which immediately followed.
  • However, when the actual fifteen man squad was announced in August, Matt Prior was chosen as wicket-keeper for the tournament.
  • He coaches Matt Prior, the English wicket-keeper, and has been regarded as an excellent coach of high skills and knowledge.
  • Matt Prior was then given out caught behind early in his innings; however, Dar called for the third umpire for a suspected no ball.
  • Poor scores led Ambrose to be dropped and replaced by Matt Prior for the One Day International series against South Africa.
  • The following summer, the Test wicketkeeping position was given to Matt Prior, who scored a century on his Test debut and retained his place for the subsequent one-day matches.
  • England's only real resistance came from a 57-run partnership between Matt Prior and Graeme Swann.
  • However, the West Indies collapsed to 225 all out, after a spectacluar run out by Matt Prior.
  • Matt Prior was promoted to vice-captain of the test side following Andrew Strauss' retirement and Alastair Cook subsequently being made captain.
  • He has been vocal over English selection policies since retirement, particularly those of Geraint Jones, Chris Read and Matt Prior.
  • Morgan kept wicket for the first time in his professional career in the next match against South Africa, after regular wicket-keeper Matt Prior was struck down by illness.
  • England wicketkeeper Matt Prior was reprimanded by the International Cricket Council, after he broke a window in the dressing-room, following a run-out.
  • Matt Prior batted very well for 79, and only fell when trying to accelerate the scoring with 9 wickets down.
  • Matt Prior and Andrew Flintoff then developed a strong partnership, putting on 89 runs for the sixth wicket.
  • In 2011, a window in the pavilion was broken by England wicketkeeper, Matt Prior.
  • Swann was especially impressed with and pleased for Matt Prior, whose 87 he dubbed "brilliant".
  • He also took part in the final two matches of England's time in the 2007 Twenty20 World Championship, replacing the injured Matt Prior.
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