Anderson, Broad and Prior will all play for their respective counties on Wednesday.
James Anderson, Stuart Broad and Matt Prior will all be given a rare opportunity in the County Championship on Wednesday as they prepare for a busy summer of cricket with England.
In Division One Broad will open the bowling attack for Nottinghamshire as they revisit their rivalry with Derbyshire for the first time since 2007.
Notts gained promotion to the top tier that year whilst Derbyshire won Division Two in 2012 to return to the top flight for the first time since 2000.
The county will be hoping Broad will be able to inspire Notts to their first win of the season, after losing their opening match to Middlesex.
Prior will also be in action in the same league as his side Sussex travel to Surrey, which will also see an emotional return for former captain at the Oval Rory Hamilton Brown – who left the club following the death of teammate and best friend Tom Maynard.
For Yorkshire, they can welcome the return of Three Lions’ regulars Jonny Bairstow, Tim Bresnan and Joe Root.
In Division Two Anderson will be available for his side Lancashire as they take on Kent and look to gain promotion back to the number one league at the first time of asking.
The County Championship sides will have to make the most of having their national players available, as England face a busy summer of cricket that includes the visit of New Zealand in May, the Champions Trophy in June and then the first Ashes series of 2013 in July.