Portsmouth should stay on track'¦Â United Services feeling positive
The promotion push should get a boost as Portsmouth travel toÂ London three south west strugglers Old Whitgiftians.
With a game in hand on the threeÂ teams above them the Rugby Camp side are aiming to keep the pressure on.
Portsmouth beat their hosts 22-7 at Rugby Camp earlier in the season.
Second-placedÂ United Services PortsmouthÂ visit Trojans looking to close the gap on leaders Winchester.
Player coach Rich Neil isn't expecting it to be an easy task.
He said: '˜It certainly won't be the walk in the park league positions might suggest.
'˜We will have to make sure we carry on with the hard work that has got us where we are.
'˜The players feel positive without getting too carried away.
'˜We have got ourselves into a good position and must look to build on it.'
Neil is boosted by the return of centre Will Pickett from his ankle injury.
Gosport & FarehamÂ face a tricky assignment at third-placed Farnham in London two south west. Â