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PORTSMOUTH midfielder Neil Barrett will be out of action for six weeks with a knee injury.
Barrett picked up the injury in last week's reserve team clash against Bristol City.
Fears were initially expressed the youngster had broken his leg but an X-ray revealed the injury was not as bad as first thought.
But tests have still shown Barrett requires a break from football and it is likely to be early November before he can relaunch his claims for a first team spot.
Meanwhile, Australian defender Hayden Foxe is still three weeks away from a return to the Pompey team.
Foxe has not featured for the First Division pace-setters since the end of August and is recovering from a knee injury.
In other news, Portsmouth have released French midfielder Ulliano Courville from his contract by mutual consent, just over a year after joining the Fratton Park club on a free transfer.
Former Pompey boss Graham Rix originally signed the former Monaco player to a three-year deal in September of last year following his release from The Principality club in the summer of 2001.
Courville has yet to make a first team appearance this season under current boss Harry Redknapp and has been spending the majority of his time in the South Coast club's reserves.
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Team news ahead of the New Year's Day clash between Swindon and Portsmouth at the County Ground (kick-off 2pm).
Caretaker boss Guy Whittingham felt Portsmouth fans had "every right" to boo their team in the 2-1 home defeat to Yeovil.
Yeovil took advantage of some poor defending from Portsmouth as two first-half goals earned them a 2-1 triumph at Fratton Park.
Team news ahead of the League One clash between Portsmouth and Yeovil at Fratton Park.
Portsmouth boss Guy Whittingham says the decision to drop Izale McLeod against Crawley was a tactical move and nothing else.