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29 December 2017 09:37 Post ID: #186241
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Well, another year comes to an end, well, in a footballing sense on Saturday.

Defeat to Shrewsbury sent us into Christmas on a downer. However, we recovered well against Wimbledon on Saturday - admittedly all three points would have been expected against the Dons, which eventually came.

Northampton, another side struggling at the wrong end of the League One table, come to Fratton when a further three point return would be expected, which should it come could be enough to take the Blues into the top six into a play off spot.

So, who is going and what are we expecting?
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29 December 2017 09:37 Post ID: #186220 - in reply to #186241
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The Football League have now announced the Match Day officials that will take charge of the game between Portsmouth and Northampton Town this Saturday.

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29 December 2017 09:41 Post ID: #186242 - in reply to #186241
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I do not want to say we will win, but I certainly hope Pompey can and do have a positive feeling three points will be gained to end the year on a high.

If we're to seriously challenge for promotion again this season - not something I overly expected going into the season but did hope momentum could be carried forward - then I do feel all three points should be taken from the Cobblers.

Yep, I'm going for a home win. 3-1 maybe even 4-1... perhaps too optimistic though.

I'll make my prediction later, do yours now.

Northampton (h) Saturday 30th December 2017 – click here.
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30 December 2017 10:12 Post ID: #186247 - in reply to #186241
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Defeat to Shrewsbury sent us into Christmas on a downer. However, we recovered well against Wimbledon on Tuesday - another win against Northampton would be anticipated today.


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30 December 2017 10:12 Post ID: #186248 - in reply to #186241
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Some of the above thoughts have also been posted front pages, share anything you have to say both pre and post-match...
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01 January 2018 19:52 Post ID: #186261 - in reply to #186241
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All the stats from Portsmouth (3) vs (1) Northampton, Fratton Park, 30/12/17 Att: 18,539

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01 January 2018 19:53 Post ID: #186254 - in reply to #186241
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Did Pompey deserve more than the three goals scored against Northampton on Saturday? In many ways it doesn't matter with the most important thing being the three points secured.

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01 January 2018 19:53 Post ID: #186269 - in reply to #186241
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End of the day three points was all that mattered... shame we couldn't build on that on New Years Day...
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