Pompey Women are in National League action at Westleigh Park on Sunday, when they host Bridgwater United (3.30pm kick-off).
Daisy Simms' development team will also be facing the same opponents at the same venue, with their contest beginning at 12.30pm.
Pompey's senior side last met the club formerly known as Yeovil on the opening day of last season.
Katie James made up for an earlier penalty miss by finding the net on the hour mark to cancel out Annie Heatherson's opener.
And after Heatherson had restored the Glovers' lead, Jade Widdows ensured Pompey would leave Somerset with a point.
It is a quick turnaround for the two sides, who were both in league action on Wednesday night.
Pompey beat Chichester 3-1 at Westleigh Park, courtesy of strikes from Shannon Albuery, Dani Lane and Sammy Quayle.
Bridgwater, meanwhile, hit nine past unanswered goals past Keynsham to continue their impressive start to the campaign.
They sit just one place above the Blues in third spot, with a single point separating the sides.
United have won five of their eight National League matches, including victories against Cardiff and Crawley.
Tickets are available to buy at the Westleigh Park turnstiles, with the option of contactless or cash payments.
There will be discounted entry for Pompey season ticket holders and Havant & Waterlooville season ticket holders.
Hot food and other refreshments will be available to buy from the tea bar inside the ground, while supporters can also visit the Westleigh pub before the match.
|Category||Pompey Season Ticket Holders||General Admission|
|Junior (17 and under)||£2||£3|
HOW TO ENTER THE STADIUM
Two turnstiles will be open for the game, located to the left-hand side of the car park, next to the Westleigh pub.
If you purchased your ticket online, please have your digital ticket to hand upon entering the stadium. If you do not have this, please provide your name to turnstile operators.
Supporters are advised to wear a face covering when moving around the stadium. Fans are also advised to wash or sanitise their hands when inside the stadium.
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