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09 February 2018 12:33 Post ID: #186483
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Can the year finally get up and running for Pompey? A return of two points since 2018 arrived is hardly ideal. However, rescuing a point against Doncaster last week, ending the game with only nine men, could be something of a turning point?

A HUGE following is going to Milton Keynes with Pompey, but will they, like the Blues, return disappointed?

League One, much the same as League Two really, which surprises me as I didn't think it would be the case, is one where literally anyone can beat anyone, so despite the fact MK Dons are struggling near the bottom it doesn't mean Pompey can simply turn up and return with the points, in fact anything.

In all honesty though, this surely has to be a game we can target for the points and feel a shortish home journey can be an enjoyable one with a first win of the New Year secured - I'll follow my heart this time and say that'll be the case for Pompey.

But will it?!
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11 February 2018 08:35 Post ID: #186474 - in reply to #186483
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The Football League have now announced the Match Day officials that will take charge of the game between MK Dons and Portsmouth this Saturday.

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11 February 2018 08:35 Post ID: #186485 - in reply to #186474
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Can the year finally get up and running? A return of two points since 2018 arrived is hardly ideal. However, a point against Doncaster last week could be something of a turning point?

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11 February 2018 08:35 Post ID: #186487 - in reply to #186474
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Pompey go to Stadium MK as the visitors to MK Dons today, this will be a 3pm kick-off.


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11 February 2018 08:35 Post ID: #186502 - in reply to #186474
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Pompey go to the Stadium MK as the visitors to MK Dons for the latest League 1 game.

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11 February 2018 08:35 Post ID: #186506 - in reply to #186474
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All the stats from MK Dons (1) vs (2) Portsmouth, Stadium: MK, 10/2/18 Att: 14,762

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11 February 2018 08:35 Post ID: #186509 - in reply to #186474
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A frustrating - and winless - year looked as if it would continue at MK Dons until a late equaliser was followed by a dramatic added time winner to seal a first Pompey victory of 2018.

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11 February 2018 08:42 Post ID: #186513 - in reply to #186483
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Not going to lie, I'd felt this was a game we would win. Well, almost expected, NOT that you should ever expect a win mind.

The more it went on I feared another defeat, to turn it around as we did was superb, could this be the catalyst to ensure we finish in and around the top-10? Hope so, not convinced a play-off spot will be secured though and if it isn't it SHOULDN'T be seen as failure, top-10 is successful in my eyes.
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