All you need to know ahead of the trip to the south coast for Saturday's 3pm kick-off.Gareth Ainsworth's men head to one of the favoured candidates for automatic promotion this season with both sides looking to build on midweek successes, with Pompey's 3-0 win against Dagenham & Redbridge and Wanderers' 1-0 triumph at Plymouth giving the two clubs momentum going into the game.
The Blues have exceeded all expectations so far but could be in for their toughest test yet, although they could be boosted by the returns of Steven Craig and Paris Cowan-Hall following injury.
These are now only available to purchase on arrival at Fratton Park.
Prices are as follows:
Over 60s/young adults (17-22): £15
Unaccompanied junior (under 17): £10
Accompanied junior (under 17) with paying adult/senior: £5
Supporters who require disabled access should contact the Adams Park ticket office by telephone.
Click here to read Adrian Wood's handy guide for travel and transport to the stadium.
Phil Catchpole is joined by Keith Scott behind the mic, bringing Player subscribers full match commentary from the first kick to the last. Drop Phil a tweet at @bluntphil with questions or comments during the game.
The game is also being broadcast live on BBC Three Counties Radio 98FM.
Fancy a flutter?
Captain Paul Hayes is 5/2 to celebrate his birthday with a goal at any time, while joint top scorer Peter Murphy is priced at 12/1 to open the scoring. A clean sheet for the visiting side is on offer at 11/4 - click here for the full list of odds.
Placing bets through Sky Bet could help win £250,000 for the club's transfer budget and £5,000 for yourself - click here to find out how. Remember, you could also win the spectacular prize of being parachuted into the stadium to deliver the matchball for a game!
A last-gasp header from Anthony Stewart earned the Wanderers a 2-2 draw at Fratton Park last season, after the original match had been abandoned at half-time following a downpour of biblical proportions.
View highlights from that match below: