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UP NEXT: PORTSMOUTH (H)

13 April 2015

We preview the final Tuesday night game of the season...


Portsmouth FC

Sky Bet League 2

Tuesday 14th April 2015

The Lamex Stadium, Stevenage, SG2 8RH

Kick-off: 7:45pm




Ticket news:


Advance tickets are available until midnight on Monday 13th April online. On the day of the game tickets are on sale in the ticket office and also at the cash turnstiles.


Luton away tickets are currently on sale today (Mon 13th April) and tomorrow (Tues 14th April) to Season Ticket Holders ONLY.


On Wednesday we’re open from 1-7pm when Supporters Association members and Loyalty Card Holders are invited to buy their tickets. Tickets go on general sale from Thursday 15th April. Find all the details here.


Team news:


Ronnie Henry, Jack Jebb, Roarie Deacon, Jon Ashton, Ben Kennedy and Dave Martin could all miss the game due to recent injuries.


Keith Keane is available again after serving his two game suspension for reaching ten yellow cards.


View from the dressing room:


With Portsmouth currently 14th in the table, they seemingly have nothing to play for but Simon Walton told us the team won't be fooled into getting complacent.


“As a footballer you have always got something to play for. Whether you are out of contract at the end of the season or if somebody is watching you, you never know. We won’t take it any lighter than we have done every other game, every game is a cup final now for us and the three points are getting more and more important each week.


“We have done brilliantly but we know that the season is not done yet; there is a lot to play for and we have got to pick ourselves up, keep improving and keep working on the things we have to get better at.”


Ones to watch:


Jed Wallace has been Portsmouth’s outstanding player this season, building on a decent first two years at the club. Only 21 years old, he has scored 15 goals from midfield and is regularly the standout player whenever Portsmouth plays.


Another big danger will be Matt Tubbs, one of the league’s premier goal scorers. Tubbs was on-loan at AFC Wimbledon earlier this season and scored 15 goals before moving to Portsmouth in January. Since making the move Tubbs has scored seven goals for his new club.


The story so far…


It has been a disappointing season for Pompey fans, their pre-season hopes of challenging for honours has been quickly quashed as a mid-table place looks very much likely now.


Their away form has been poor with just two wins on the road all season, although their 6-2 victory at Cambridge was certainly a season highlight.


Results this season have eventually taken their toll and Andy Awford stepped down from his post earlier today, with assistant Gary Waddock taking charge of tomorrow’s game.




Recent form:




Last time we met:



Betting with Sky Bet:


There is value in a Boro win tomorrow night, 13/10 with official league sponsors, Sky Bet.


For Stevenage to repeat Saturday’s scoreline and win 2-1, you can get 17/2.


Our best bet in the first goalscorer market is Charlie Lee at 11/1.


Don't forget, for every pound you bet with Sky Bet, you’ll earn a Transfer Fund Token giving you a chance of winning £5,000 for yourself and £250,000 for us to spend on players in the Sky Bet Transfer Fund.


Not going to the game?


Listen to live match commentary on the Boro Player service where you'll also find full match highlights and full post-match interviews on Sunday. We'll also be providing live minute-by-minute updates on our Twitter, with the key incidents reported live on our Facebook page. The best match day photos will be posted on the club's Instagram account whilst short highlights of the game will be on our YouTube page on Wednesday at midday.




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