Date:Friday October 23 2009
Pompey make the long trek North tomorrow to face a team in a similar situation, bottom three to be exact.
Pompey know that even 3 points is not enough to drag us out of the relegation vortex, but it may just be enough to get us off the bottom for the first time this season.
Phil Brown has described the match as not must win for Hull, while Paul Hart has said it will be like war.
If this is their mentality, just maybe Pompey will go into the game a little hungrier for the points, the last thing we need right now is to get cast further adrift after playing a side that will no doubt be fighting with us all season for survival.
Jimmy Bullard is hankering for a full ninety minutes, he has recovered from his long term knee injury and is raring to to be let off the leash.
Anthony Gardner is another on the brink of a return, he has been out since the end of August after also damaging his knee.
Barmby should be fit after a slight calf injury, while Kilbane is fresh from his 100th appearance fot Ireland, so congratulations to him on his landmark.
The Brazilian was so nearly a Pompey player, but after a cameo at Man City he has settled into the fan's favourite role on Humberside.
Pompey have one enforced change, Michael Brown will sit out the game after his red card last week, but this is at least countered by the return of O'Hara who will step straight back in.
Dindane will probably keep out Piquionne again, if has the right character he should be busting a gut to make up for last weeks horror misses.
Boateng is our top man, but the Ivorian is due a big game now, if he can start converting a few chances Pompey can look upwards.
Neither side could could edge a win last season, with the encounter in the North being a goaless draw, can't see that this time!
Well up to now if you bet against Pompey every week you would be romping the predictions league, but what the outcome be this week? Hedge a guess here.
Stoke in the cup and then another biggy in the shape of the unpredictable Wigan
Use your social login to comment on front page articles. Login using you Facebook, Twitter, Google or LinkedIn accounts and have your say!
Date:Friday October 23 2009
Proud! (Thursday August 27 2015)
Reading match highlights & Pompey MOTM (Thursday August 27 2015)
Pompey assessment - Reading (h) (Thursday August 27 2015)
On this day in history...27th August (Thursday August 27 2015)
Disappointing! (Wednesday August 26 2015)
On this day in history...26th August (Wednesday August 26 2015)
Stats: Portsmouth v Reading (Tuesday August 25 2015)
Fratton team sheets - Pompey v Reading (Tuesday August 25 2015)
Roberts Morecambe MOTM & Reading pre-match (Tuesday August 25 2015)
Pompey up for the cup...again! (Tuesday August 25 2015)
|Portsmouth||3||-||0||Dag & Red|
|4. Bristol Rovers||4||3||0||1||3||9|
|Preview: Crawley Town v Wycombe Wanderers
» Wycombe : 28/08/2015 01:09:00
|Stevenage Loan Fulham Keeper
» Stevenage : 27/08/2015 19:35:00
|Former striker moves again
» York : 27/08/2015 18:12:01
|Argyle Sign Threlkeld
» Plymouth : 27/08/2015 17:00:01
|Defender set to miss season
» York : 27/08/2015 16:43:01