Pompey will look to maintain their automatic promotion challenge when Bristol Rovers visit Fratton Park this evening.
Kenny Jackett’s side are unbeaten in their last three league games, but have failed to win any of them.
Now they face a team who are only being kept out of the relegation places by their superior goal difference.
The Gas currently sit in 20th position and are joined on 33 points by the three clubs directly below them – Oxford, Shrewsbury and Bradford.
But they have enjoyed an upturn in form since Graham Coughlan replaced Darrell Clarke as manager midway through December.
After suffering a defeat at Sunderland in his first match in charge, the Pirates have been beaten just once.
They have also progressed to the last four of the Checkatrade Trophy, where they will face the Black Cats – who they host in the league on Saturday – in a fortnight.
Rovers have a better record on the road than at the Memorial Stadium and have triumphed five times on their third tier travels this term.
It was Pompey who came out on top when the sides met earlier in the season, with Ronan Curtis grabbing a late winner after Chris Lines had cancelled out a Gareth Evans opener.
Andy Cannon (quad), Luke McGee (wrist), Nathan Thompson (knee) and Jack Whatmough (knee) are still injured, while there are doubts over Omar Bogle (leg) and Dion Donohue (ankle).
Stuart Sinclair could make his first appearance since New Year’s Day for the visitors after suffering from concussion.
Tareiq Holmes-Dennis will be hoping to feature against his former club, but Pompey’s League Two title-winning winger Kyle Bennett has left Rovers for a loan spell at Swindon.
HEAD TO HEAD
Pompey: 23 wins
Bristol Rovers: 11 wins
At Fratton Park
Pompey: 15 wins
Bristol Rovers: 2 wins
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