Pompey Women return to action on Wednesday evening, as they welcome Chichester & Selsey to Westleigh Park for a National League contest (8pm kick-off).
Jay Sadler's side hosted the same opponents in the determining round of the League Cup in September.
Megan Fox struck a long-range effort in the first half, while a late own-goal from Danielle Rowe meant it was the away side that progressed into the next round.
Pompey will be hoping to bounce back from their 3-0 defeat to Gillingham in the league on Sunday.
Blues boss Sadler said: "It's good that we've got a game coming straight away. We've now got two home games where we need to show a different side to us.
"We are hurting right now, but we can't lick our wounds. We've got to bounce back straight away and there's no better game to do that."
The last home league meeting between Pompey and Chichester came back in March 2019.
Katie James opened the scoring for the Blues with a driven free-kick early on, while Jade Bradley also scored from a set-piece to double the lead.
Chichester replied through Jess Lewry and then had two chances to level from the penalty spot within five minutes, but Blues stopper Hannah Haughton denied both efforts.
Rachel Panting wrapped up victory for Pompey in the closing stages with a rocket from outside the area.
Tomorrow's visitors sit 11th in the National League standings, with four points picked up from seven games.
Their only victory of the season so far came against Oxford, while they also battled from behind to pick up a point against London Bees.
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||Season Ticket Holders||General Admission|
|Junior (17 and under)||£2||£3|
HOW TO ENTER THE STADIUM
Two turnstiles will be open for Wednesday's clash, 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.