Portsmouth return to their League One schedule this Saturday as AFC Wimbledon make the trip down from London to Fratton Park.
Pompey have lost to the Dons once this season already at The Cherry Red Records Stadium, and Kenny Jackett’s side will be looking for revenge as they aim to continue their unbeaten league record at home.
Portsmouth sit in 10th place in the table, and will know that a win could move them into the play-off places.
Ahead of the all-important clash on the weekend, we provide you with all the up to date injury news right here.
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Kenny Jackett has issued an update on Rangers loanee Ross McCrorie, who has returned to his parent club for warm weather training to aid his recovery from a hamstring injury.
“That can be very good for his recovery and we’re expecting to see him back in Portsmouth next week,” the manager told the club website.
Ryan Williams is also expected to miss out once again for the visit of Wimbledon, as the winger has not yet recovered from a groin injury that was sustained against Wycombe in December.
Brett Pitman has been missing from training because of a bout of sickness, but it is unclear whether the 31-year-old will be involved or not against Wimbledon.
Jack Whatmough is no closer to a return to the side after an additional setback in his recovery from a long-term knee injury.
Bryn Morris, meanwhile, is the only long-term absentee for Pompey.