Pompey will look to make it an excellent Easter by beating Coventry at Fratton Park on Monday lunchtime.
A dramatic victory at Burton ensured that they kept pace in the race for automatic promotion from League One.
And with the Blues now playing before everyone else, they know another win would – for a few hours at least – send them into second spot.
Rivals Barnsley and Sunderland – who both kick-off at 3pm – have tricky away games at Plymouth and Peterborough to negotiate.
But Coventry have more than pride to play for themselves, with an outside chance of still making the play-offs.
A thrilling 5-4 triumph at the Stadium of Light last week was followed by a 2-0 defeat of Bradford, a result that relegated their opponents.
It means the Sky Blues have lost just one of their past seven fixtures, although they are still five points behind sixth-placed Doncaster with just three games left to play.
Whatever happens, it has been an encouraging season back in the third tier after sealing promotion at Wembley last term.
Unfortunately, there is still plenty of off-field uncertainty, with Coventry not sure where they will be playing home matches next season.
Pompey came out on top when the sides met at the Ricoh Arena back in October, courtesy of a fine strike from Ronan Curtis on the stroke of half-time.
Dion Donohue (ankle), Lloyd Isgrove (groin) and Jack Whatmough (knee) are all still missing for Pompey.
Tom Bayliss (arm) and David Meyler (shoulder) are both out for Coventry, with Brandon Mason (hamstring) a major doubt.
There are plenty of former Blues players in the opposition squad, with Conor Chaplin used as a substitute in recent weeks after returning from injury.
Tom Davies and Dominic Hyam – the latter of whom never played during a loan spell at Fratton Park – are likely to line-up in the centre of defence, while goalkeeper Liam O’Brien is also in the Sky Blues squad.
VIEW FROM THE DRESSING ROOM
Read the thoughts of Kenny Jackett on the race for automatic promotion and what he makes of Coventry.
HEAD TO HEAD
Pompey: 12 wins
Coventry: 15 wins
At Fratton Park
Pompey: 8 wins
Coventry: 4 wins
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ALSO IN LEAGUE ONE
Kick-off 3pm unless stated
Southend v Burton (1pm)
Blackpool v Fleetwood
Bradford v Gillingham
Bristol Rovers v Rochdale
Charlton v Scunthorpe
Peterborough v Sunderland
Plymouth v Barnsley
Shrewsbury v Oxford
Wycombe v Walsall
Doncaster v Accrington (7.45pm)
Luton v AFC Wimbledon (7.45pm)