Pompey are back under the lights and searching for a return to winning ways when they host Lincoln tonight.
It will be the first meeting between the sides since the last time they shared this division back in the 1982/83 season.
That campaign finished with the Blues claiming the title, while their opponents saw their own promotion challenge fade.
Not helping the Imps’ cause was two defeats to Pompey, including a 4-1 midweek reverse at Fratton Park, with Alan Biley hitting a hat-trick.
Lincoln have enjoyed two promotions in the space of just three seasons to get back to this level, guided by Danny Cowley and his brother Nicky.
But their departure to Huddersfield last month created an opening that was filled by former Blues boss Michael Appleton.
He watched from the stands as his new side were thrashed 6-0 at home to Oxford, but has since steadied the ship.
A home victory over Sunderland helped boost confidence, while the 12th-placed Imps played out a goalless draw with Shrewsbury on Friday night.
Brett Pitman is a major doubt for the hosts with a groin strain, while Oli Hawkins (foot), Bryn Morris (groin) and Jack Whatmough (knee) are definitely out.
Michael Bostwick (calf) is missing for Lincoln, while fellow defender Cian Bolger serves a three-match ban after being sent off against Shrewsbury.
Imps striker John Akinde could feature against the club where he failed to score in 11 appearances during the 2012/13 campaign.
HEAD TO HEAD
Pompey: 8 wins
Lincoln: 5 wins
At Fratton Park
Pompey: 5 wins
Lincoln: 2 wins
Pompey fans can secure seats online here or by visiting the Anson Road ticket office.
From 5.30pm this evening, they can also be bought from the ticket office in Frogmore Road.
Referee: Tom Nield
Assistants: Gregory Read and Kevin Howick
Fourth Official: Michael Webb
Supporters in the UK and Ireland can watch the action live, with multiple cameras, commentary, replays and graphics. It is priced £10 for a match pass.
Domestic subscribers will, as usual, be able to listen to listen to live commentary from Andy Moon and Guy Whittingham by signing into their account and visiting the match centre from 7pm.
Please note that domestic subscribers will still need to purchase a match pass in order to watch the game live.
Overseas subscribers and match pass holders can also watch the action, with commentary starting from around 10 minutes before kick-off.
Please note that in-stadium betting is no longer available at Fratton Park.
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