Portsmouth v Peterborough preview
Last Updated: 04/05/18 4:42pm
Goalkeeper Alex Bass will be unavailable for Portsmouth's League One clash against Peterborough.
Bass, who has featured only once for Pompey this season, picked up an ankle injury in training last week.Manager Kenny Jacket could ring the changes for his side's final game of the campaign.
Luke McGee and Christian Burgess, who both had spells at Peterborough, will be keen to play against their former club.
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Peterborough keeper Conor O'Malley is expected to travel to the south coast after overcoming a muscular problem. Marcus Maddison played 74 minutes on his comeback from injury against Fleetwood last Saturday, and will be pushing for another start.
Ryan Tafazolli will not be involved due to a hamstring problem. Junior Morias and Alex Penny are also ruled out through injury for the trip to Fratton Park.
After losing just one of their first five home matches against Peterborough in the Football League (W2 D2), Pompey have now lost each of the last two, conceding five goals.
Peterborough last lost to Portsmouth in the third tier of English football in December 1961 (1-0), winning three and drawing three of the six clashes at this level since.
After finishing the season on the road in five successive seasons, Pompey have played their final game at Fratton Park in every season since 2014, winning 6-1 against Cheltenham last season to secure the League Two title.
The Posh have managed just one victory from their last seven when finishing the season on the road (D3 L3), failing to pick up a win in each of their last four (D2 L2).
Kenny Jackett has lost three of his last four games against Peterborough manager Steve Evans, including his last two when in charge of Wolves and Evans was in charge of Leeds United.