It is a simple equation for Pompey going into the final round of League One fixtures – win and they are in the play-offs.
But Accrington will be looking to spoil the party when the sides meet at Fratton Park on Sunday (12pm kick-off).
A draw or defeat could be enough for Danny Cowley’s men if Oxford and Charlton drop points against Burton and Hull respectively.
That scenario could lead to plenty of chewed fingernails, however, and fans watching from home will hope for a more relaxed afternoon.
John Coleman’s Stanley are sitting 13th in the third tier standings and have nothing but pride to play for.
But you do not even have to go back two weeks to know that they will still likely provide stiff opponents for the Blues.
A rearranged contest at a sodden Crown Ground resulted in the points being shared in a six-goal thriller.
John Marquis thought he had nabbed an acrobatic stoppage-time winner, only to then inadvertently find his own net a few moments later.
Accrington head south on a four-match unbeaten run, drawing their past three games against promotion contenders Sunderland, Pompey and Charlton.
The most recent Fratton clash finished 1-1 and came on the final day of the 2018/19 campaign, with Ben Close on target.
The injured trio of Alex Bass (foot), Ellis Harrison (knee) and Michael Jacobs (knee) are all still sidelined for Pompey.
But Jack Whatmough has now completed a four-match ban, while Jordy Hiwula is available again after recovering from an ankle problem.
Boyhood Blues fan Matt Butcher is a doubt for the visitors with a hamstring issue, while Ross Sykes has been out injured since January.
HEAD TO HEAD
Pompey: 6 wins
Accrington: 3 wins
At Fratton Park
Pompey: 4 wins
Accrington: 1 win
Referee: Sam Purkiss
Assistants: Hristo Karaivanov and Simon Shaw
Fourth Official: Lee Swabey
Supporters in the UK can watch the contest live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Football or by purchasing a NOW streaming pass.
If you are based overseas, then please check local listings to see if the game is being shown in your region. Click here for a list of EFL international broadcasters.
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There will be post-match reaction on the website and our official YouTube channel, with highlights to follow on Monday.
ALSO IN LEAGUE ONE
All games kick-off at 12pm
Blackpool v Bristol Rovers
Charlton v Hull
Crewe v Shrewsbury
Doncaster v Peterborough
Gillingham v Plymouth
Ipswich v Fleetwood
Lincoln v AFC Wimbledon
MK Dons v Rochdale
Oxford v Burton
Sunderland v Northampton
Wigan v Swindon