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Russell predicts no lasting pane for Prior

LONDON, June 14, 2011 (AFP) - Jack Russell has insisted he had a far worse temper than current England wicket-keeper Matt Prior who has found himself in an unwanted spotlight as a result of a window-breaking incident at Lord's.
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England head to the Rose Bowl for the third and final Test against Sri Lanka starting on Thursday with a 1-0 lead in the series after an innings victory in Cardiff and a drawn second Test at Lord's.

Prior made a hundred in the first innings at Lord's but that was all but overshadowed when, on the final day, he broke a dressing room window with a bat after he was run out for four.

The Sussex stumper insisted he did not throw anything in anger but rather the window broke after a freak accident when he put his bat next to a nearby ledge in the dressing room.

A female spectator sat below in the Lord's Pavilion suffered a cut to her ankle from the resulting falling glass.

Prior, who apologised to her, was reprimanded by the International Cricket Council (ICC).
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But former England keeper Russell said he didn't expect the incident to be playing on Prior's mind at the Rose Bowl, the home of southern county Hampshire.

"I don't think a pane of glass will knock England off course. It de

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