Gareth Evans fit to line up for Portsmouth against Exeter
Portsmouth full-back Gareth Evans will be available for the League Two clash with Exeter at Fratton Park.
Evans was forced off at half-time during Pompey's victory against Leyton Orient two weeks ago with an ankle injury but has recovered.
Striker Nicke Kabamba will get another chance to make his debut following his move from Hampton & Richmond after last weekend's clash with Crawley was postponed.
Curtis Main will have to wait to make his comeback, though, after the striker, who has been out with an abdominal strain, picked up a knee injury.
Exeter could be unchanged after Reading midfielder Jack Stacey extended his loan stay until the end of the season.
Stacey has been an integral part of the side which has scored 14 goals in recording four straight victories to move within a point of the play-off places.
The only dilemma for Grecians boss Paul Tisdale is whether to reward Liam McAlinden with a start on the back of the striker scoring two goals in three substitute appearances.
Tom McCready (groin) and Lee Holmes (ankle) remain out.