Pompey make their shortest journey of the season this weekend when they travel to AFC Wimbledon.
But while a quick trip up the A3 should not hold any fears, the game itself will likely not be quite so simple.
The Dons have made a habit of punching well above their weight and have enjoyed plenty of success against the Blues in recent years.
They enjoyed a meteoric rise through the divisions after their reformation in 2002, which followed the controversial decision to allow the old Wimbledon side to relocate to Milton Keynes.
And they reached the third tier a year earlier than Pompey, courtesy of play-off success against Plymouth at Wembley in 2016.
The step up in class was clearly not a problem, however, as Neal Ardley’s men finished a comfortable 15th in League One last term.
But the Blues finished on top on their most recent visit to Kingsmeadow, with a Michael Smith strike enough to secure the points in April 2016.
And a repeat of that 1-0 scoreline would certainly be more welcome than the 4-0 reverse Pompey suffered three years earlier.
Wimbledon are currently one point and one place below Kenny Jackett's side, sitting 17th in the standings following last week's defeat at Blackpool.
Milan Lalkovic (Achilles) and Jack Whatmough (knee) are both out, but Drew Talbot has returned to training following a hamstring injury.
Gareth Evans is available after serving a one-match ban, while deadline day signing Damien McCrory could make his debut.
The hosts are without Nadjim Abdou (suspended), Darius Charles (thigh) and Tom Soares (thigh), but former Pompey players Andy Barcham and Paul Robinson are expected to feature.
HEAD TO HEAD
Pompey: 12 wins
Wimbledon: 12 wins
Pompey: 4 wins
Wimbledon: 9 wins
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Charlton v Southend
Fleetwood v Oldham
Northampton v Doncaster
Oxford v Gillingham
Peterborough v Bradford
Plymouth v MK Dons
Rochdale v Blackburn
Rotherham v Bury
Scunthorpe v Blackpool
Shrewsbury v Wigan