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PortsmouthPortsmouth
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MorecambeMorecambe
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PortsmouthPortsmouth
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PortsmouthPortsmouth
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PortsmouthPortsmouth
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Pompey frustrate Hatters

Luton TownLuton Town
PortsmouthPortsmouth
1
1
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Luton were held 1-1 by struggling Portsmouth as they dropped points at home for the first time since September 13 this afternoon.

The hosts were in front on 13 minutes when winger Luke Rooney volleyed into the bottom corner after Shaun Whalley's ball over the top.

Pompey had precious few chances in the opening stages, bar Marcus Bean's volley that flew well over.

Mark Cullen then skewed wide from Michael Harriman's cross, before Pompey hit back with Johnny Ertl forcing Mark Tyler to tip over superbly.

The...

Dons heap pressure on Awford

PortsmouthPortsmouth
AFC WimbledonAFC Wimbledon
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AFC Wimbledon increased the pressure on Portsmouth manager Andy Awford with a comfortable 2-0 win at Fratton Park.

Pompey, who have taken just one point from their last four games, nodded off twice at first-half set pieces to concede goals from Frankie Sutherland and Matt Tubbs, and they ended with 10 men when Dan Butler was dismissed.

They backed off on nine minutes to allow Callum Kennedy to tap the ball to Sutherland, who made ground before curling a delicious right-foot shot past Paul Jones from...

Pompey stop travelling rot

Cheltenham TownCheltenham Town
PortsmouthPortsmouth
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Portsmouth ended a run of five straight away defeats in all competitions with a 1-1 draw at Cheltenham.

Omari Sterling-James celebrated the signing of his new contract in midweek with the first goal of his Football League career, putting Cheltenham ahead in the 42nd minute, but it was cancelled out by Nigel Atangana in the second period.

Danny Hollands had fired an acrobatic volley from Lee Holmes' cross into the side netting for Portsmouth in the 10th minute.

However, the hosts led when Sterling-Jones...

Mingoia inspires Stanley win

PortsmouthPortsmouth
Accrington StanleyAccrington Stanley
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Accrington's Piero Mingoia netted 12 minutes from time to consign Portsmouth to a 3-2 defeat at Fratton Park.

Pompey were punished for a lacklustre start after 11 minutes when Accrington's Rob Atkinson lashed home Luke Joyce's long ball into the box.

Stanley doubled their lead five minutes later when John O'Sullivan gathered a loose ball on the edge of the Pompey area and drilled it into the bottom corner.

The Blues hit back a minute later when Marcus Bean expertly curled home Danny Hollands' long throw...

Max Powers Tranmere to overdue win

Tranmere RoversTranmere Rovers
PortsmouthPortsmouth
3
1
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Goals from Shamir Fenelon, James Rowe and Max Power gave Tranmere their first league win since August as Micky Adams' troubled side overcame Portsmouth 3-1 at Prenton Park.

Fenelon gave Tranmere a dream second-minute start from close range after Power's corner confused Portsmouth's defence.

Paul Jones saved a volley from Fenelon three minutes later but Pompey's Dan Butler should have scored with an unmarked header 11 minutes in.

Owain Fon Williams' fine one-handed stop denied Marcus Bean from the edge...