Portsmouth make the trip to Lancashire on Saturday to face bottom of the table Bolton Wanderers, aiming to pick up their first win away from home in over a month-and-a-half.
Pompey have struggled on their travels this season, winning two of their eleven away games, picking up nine points from a possible 33 in the process.
However, Kenny Jackett will be aware that Bolton have been on a poor run of form themselves, as Keith Hill’s side have managed just one win in their last nine games in League One.
Despite that, the Trotters have lost a total of three times at home all season, making Saturday’s game a challenge for Portsmouth despite Bolton’s lowly league position.
Pompey won the last meeting between the teams 1-0 at Fratton Park back in September.
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After coming through ninety minutes unscathed during the week for Portsmouth’s reserves against Plymouth Argyle in the Central League, Kenny Jackett has said that Jack Whatmough should be ready for Saturday’s game.
The 23-year-old has not featured for Pompey since last February, after suffering with a serious knee injury.
Ryan Williams should be back available for Saturday’s clash, after successfully recovering from a groin injury sustained against Wycombe last month. Brett Pitman also returns after a bout of illness.
Ross McCrorie is a doubt for Saturday, with Kenny Jackett stating that next weekend’s FA Cup fourth round tie against Barnsley at Fratton Park could be a more realistic target for the Rangers loanee.
Lee Brown is definitely unavailable after continuing his rehabilitation from surgery on an Achilles problem.
Brandon Haunstrup and Bryn Morris are also two other longer-term absentees.