Wanderers will be aiming to keep the pressure on the top two when they make the long trip to Portsmouth.

The Whites enter the game in high spirits following back-to-back victories against Accrington and Port Vale.

Ian Evatt’s men are currently fourth in the League One table heading into the business stage of the campaign.

Meanwhile, Pompey recorded a 4-0 win against Cheltenham over the weekend after goals from Ryan Tunnicliffe, Michael Jacobs, Ronan Curtis and Louis Thompson.

John Mousinho’s side sit 10th in the table at this stage – 12 points behind sixth-place Derby, who have played an extra game.

When and where is the game being played?

The fixture takes place at Fratton Park on Tuesday, February 28 (7.45pm).

Wanderers ran out 3-0 winners when the side met at the UniBol last month, with Dion Charles, Kieran Lee and Eoin Toal getting on the scoresheet.

The Whites were beaten 1-0 on their last trip to Fratton Park in October 2021, with John Marquis getting the decisive goal that day.

How to follow the action

The best place to follow the action is our matchday blog, featuring build-up and live updates from the ground.

With it being played on a week night, the match is also available to watch live on iFollow for viewers in the UK and abroad. It is priced at £10.

Bolton FM will also be providing commentary as Wanderers aim to keep building momentum in the promotion race.

Will highlights be available?

Highlights will be available both on iFollow and the club’s YouTube channel after the game.

However, there is currently no midweek episode of the EFL highlights show scheduled on ITV4.

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