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Prior: We won't be letting South Africa off the hook

MATT PRIOR insists England will be going for the jugular as they look to secure an impressive one-day series victory over South Africa.<br /><br />England&rsquo;s victory in Port Elizabeth last Friday means they can now not lose the series with the final day-nighter taking place at Kingsmead tomorrow.<br /><br />But wicketkeeper Prior insists there will be no negativity to England&rsquo;s approach and is confident the tourists can wrap up the series in style. <br /><br />&ldquo;The way the team is building and moving forward is hugely positive,&rdquo; the Sussex man said. &ldquo;We go into Friday full of confidence.<br /><br />&ldquo;It&rsquo;s going to be a very, very exciting game. But we also know that the South Africans will come out fighting They will be very, very determined &ndash; wanting to make sure we don&rsquo;t win the series &ndash; so we have to be prepared for that.<br /><br />&ldquo;The importance of winning after a win is huge, and that&rsquo;s something we all want to start doing &ndash; and Friday is a good opportunity for us to do that.&rdquo;<br /><br />South Africa, meanwhile have included injury doubt Jacques Kallis and four uncapped players in a 15-man squad for the first Test against England on 16 December.<br /><br />All-rounder Kallis has sat out the one-day series with a fractured a rib but could be named as a specialist batsman at Centurion.<br /><br />Fast bowlers Wayne Parnell and Friedel de Wet, plus Ryan McLaren and Alviro Petersen, are yet to make their Test debuts.