Pompey Women finally return to league action when they face MK Dons at Stadium MK this afternoon (2pm kick-off).
The Blues have not been in action since their 13-0 victory against Bedhampton, which came just one day after their League Cup tie against south coast rivals Southampton.
But their last league game was all the way back at end of November, when they were victorious over Cardiff.
Goals from Tamsin de Bunsen and Eilidh Currie saw them take all three points in the Welsh capital that day.
MK Dons are unbeaten in the FA Women’s National League since the turn of the year, having enjoyed positive results against struggling Chichester City and Hounslow.
They have also had cup victories against Swindon, Keynsham and Cardiff, althiugh were dumped out of the League Cup by Stoke.
The Dons are currently sitting one place and just a single point above Pompey in seventh position.
But they have played five games more, with this afternoon's encounter being just the eighth in the league for the Blues this season.
Boss Jay Sadler is without the injured pair of Tamsin de Bunsen (hamstring) and Laura Ingram (ankle), while Charmaine True is also absent.
Entry is free at Stadium MK this afternoon (2pm kick-off).