Fratton Park was packed to the rafters on Monday night for an FA Cup fifth round contest with Arsenal.
But it is back to the bread and butter of League One football this weekend, as Pompey travel to Peterborough.
It is still a mighty contest, though, with both sides firmly in the hunt for promotion to the Championship.
Kenny Jackett’s men are in third spot and just three points adrift of the automatic places with 11 games remaining.
But the division is so tightly packed that they could conceivably finish the day outside the play-off positions.
Darren Ferguson’s Posh outfit are down in eighth place, but have only three fewer points than the Blues and a superior goal difference.
They are searching for a return to winning ways after collecting a single point from their past two outings.
It finished 2-2 when the sides met on the south coast back in December, with Lee Brown and Ellis Harrison on target for the hosts.
But Pompey enjoyed a 2-1 success when they visited London Road last season, courtesy of goals from Oli Hawkins and Jamal Lowe.
Pompey currently have no injured players, although Bryn Morris is working his way back to full fitness following a long-term groin problem.
Christian Burgess is suspended for the next two games after collecting his 10th booking of the season against Rochdale.
Peterborough will likely welcome Ivan Toney back to their side, with League One’s top scorer returning from his own ban.
The hosts will be without defender Frankie Kent, who is not yet ready to feature after undergoing a successful knee operation.
Midfielder Reece Brown and striker Ricky-Jade Jones are expected to be available after overcoming knocks.
HEAD TO HEAD
Pompey: 11 wins
Peterborough: 8 wins
At London Road
Pompey: 4 wins
Peterborough: 2 wins
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Referee: John Busby
Assistants: Anthony Moore and Graeme Fyvie
Fourth Official: Joseph Johnson
Overseas subscribers and match pass holders can watch the action and commentary will begin from around 10 minutes before kick-off.
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