Date:Friday January 30 2009
Pompey take on what must be our nearest rivals in the Premiership, both in terms of size and destination.
Pompey have ended another week of topsy-turvy transfer activity the same way they started it, with no more points on the board.
Mullins and Pele have entered the asylum, Mullins is straight into the fray, but Pele looks like having to impress on the training ground and reserves before being risked in the cauldron of the Prem.
Tony Adams has stated he wants players that can step straight into the team, this apparently ruled out Saviola, he also talks of confidence in the race for survival, well points breed confidence and Pompey could do with 1 or 3 right now.
Fulham will be without Jimmy Bullard who has gone North to Hull, this will leave Murphy as the man they look to for creative inspiration.
Our old striker Kamara remains absent with a buggered knee, and Clint Dempsey has been standing in up front as a striker, well he found the net okay at Fratton.
Bobby Zamora found the net last week also, his finish belied his recent barren spell and he will be hoping to add to his total.
The Yank scored a cracker at Fratton to pinch a point earlier in the campaign, he always looks likely against us, so Pompey beware.
Pompey have a doubt over Sol Campbell, he came off on Tuesday but was ably deputised by Younes Kaboul, and we will have no qualms in asking him to do so again.
Mullins and Davis look favourites to supply the engine room again, hopefully Davis has fixed his sat-nav and can find his own players this week!
Crouch has spoken of his fondness for a partner up front, Kanu did the duties last week, but they never really complemented each other and Nugent may get another chance, that or Utaka may get another chance to turn a cameo into an epic.
Crouch has carried us in terms of goals, the next highest scorer has 2, so who else to supply the goals.
Pompey won 2-0 last year, two quick fire goals in the second half from Benjani and Hreidarsson doing the damage, and then of course they turned us over at Fratton to stay up.
Ronald 'leafy' Lane
Can Pompey break their cycle of doom, can Fulham keep up their impressive home record? Stick you effort here.
Liverpool up next at fratton, a team that draws more often than Rolf Harris lately
Date:Friday January 30 2009
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