Where can Portsmouth fans not going to Scunthorpe get their football fix?

Pompey return to League One action with a long trip to Scunthorpe United tomorrow.

By The Newsroom
Friday, 23rd November 2018, 2:04 pm
Updated Tuesday, 8th January 2019, 4:56 pm
Former Pompey striker Nicke Kabamba is now at the Hawks. Picture: Keith Woodland
Former Pompey striker Nicke Kabamba is now at the Hawks. Picture: Keith Woodland

The Blues are two points clear of Sunderland at the top of the table, as they face a first league game since November 3 at Glanford Park.

But for members of the Fratton faithful not making the venture up north, there is plenty of local non-league action to take in.

Havant & Waterlooville are unbeaten in their past three National League matches and entertain Maidstone United at Westleigh Park. 

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Former Pompey striker Nicke Kabamba is now at the Hawks. Picture: Keith Woodland

Lee Bradbury's troops sit 20th in the table but are only out of the relegation zone on goal difference.

They will be looking to take all three points against Maidstone, however, who are just two places above the Hawks. 

Bradbury's side features former Pompey players such as Paul Robinson, Nicke Kabamba and Bradley Tarbuck. 

Meanwhile, Gosport Borough are aiming to pick up a much-needed victory when high-flying Hendon make the trip to Privett Park.

Borough have lost eight of their previous 10 Southern League premier division south matches, but will be hoping for an upturn in form.

Pompey fans have the chance to run the rule over two emerging club talents at Bognor.

Exciting prospects Bradley Lethbridge and Dan Smith are set to feature when Three Bridges visit Nyewood Lane in the Sussex Senior Cup third round. 

First-year professional Smith netted in Bognor's win over Wingate & Finchley last time out.

Fellow loanee Lethbridge made his Blues debut in the club's Checkatrade Trophy 3-2 win over Tottenham under-21s last week.

The Reds defeated Brockenhurst on Tuesday and will be targeting another victory.

Pete Stiles' side are 12th, while Christchurch are third from bottom.

Baffins Milton Rovers entertain Bashley in the same division.

Steve Leigh's side suffered a 1-0 loss to Moneyfields in the Portsmouth Senior Cup quarter-finals on Tuesday. 

But they will be looking to get back to winning ways against Bashley at the PMC Stadium. 

Promotion-chasing AFC Portchester will be hoping to close the gap on leaders Sholing.

Mick Catlin's troops are in fourth place and entertain Lymington Town at the Crest Finance Stadium.

In Wessex League division one, United Services welcome East Cowes Victoria to the Victory Stadium.