Portsmouth 1 Shrewsbury 0 RECAP as Blues go top as 100 per cent start continues
Football under the lights returns to Fratton Park tonight as Shrewsbury Town arrive at PO4.
Danny Cowley’s men will look to make it three wins out of three against Salop, who have failed to pick up a point from their first two league encounters.
The match will also mark the return to Fratton Park of Steve Cotterill, with the former Blues manager now back in the dugout after a lengthy battle with Covid-19.
We will bring you all the talking points and development as the Blues look to maintain their promising start to the campaign.
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Then it’s team news at 6.45pm, reaction and video as we build-up to live blow-by-blow commentary of the clash.
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LIVE: Pompey 1 Shrewsbury 0
Last updated: Tuesday, 17 August, 2021, 21:48
- Tunnicliffe 1-0 (3min)
- Pompey unchanged
Harrison replaces Marquis
Harrison being readied
Marquis gifts possession in the box and the cross is met by Pierre but Bazunu saves superbly
Visitors pushing for that leveller now as Ogilvie clears a cross. Lots of balls into the box
Good claim from Bazunu from Bennett’s cross
Pompey clear a second corner and Curtis nearly gets clear before Ogbeta gets a foot in
Brown forced to concede a corner as the visitors push
Ogbeta on for Daniels
Shrewsbury change imminent
Looks like Ogbeta coming on
Curtis breaks clear and Pennington goes into the back of the Irishman. Ref bizarrely says no free-kick