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Portsmouth 4 Northampton Town 1 - the match report

3 February 2024

Saturday February 3rd, 3.00pm
Fratton Park

Conor Ogilvie 7
Paddy Lane 16, 58
Callum Lang 70

Marc Leonard 89

Attendance: 19,245 (756 Cobblers fans)


Portsmouth: Will Norris, Connor Ogilvie, Marlon Pack, Colby Bishop, Joe Rafferty, Conor Shaughnessy, Tom Lowery (sub Owen Moxon 84), Paddy Lane (sub Abu Kamara 76), Myles Peart-Harris (sub Sean Raggett 57), Tom McIntyre, Callum Lang (sub Jack Sparkes 76)
Subs not used: Matt Macey, Christian Saydee, Josh Martin

Cobblers: Lee Burge, Harvey Lintott (sub Ben Fox 79), Jordan Willis (sub Tony Springett 69), Jon Guthrie, Manny Monthe, Patrick Brough, Will Hondermarck, Marc Leonard, Sam Hoskins (sub Louis Appere 40), Kieron Bowie (sub Tyreece Simpson 79), Mitch Pinnock
Subs not used: Louie Moulden, Dominic Gape, Sam Sherring

Referee: Sam Purkiss

Portsmouth: Jack Sparkes (90)
Cobblers: Jon Guthrie (42)

Sent off:
Portsmouth: Tom McIntyre (54)
Cobblers: none

New signing Dominic Gape was named on the bench for the Cobblers trip to league leaders Portsmouth. Manny Monthe and Harvey Lintott came into the side as boss Jon Brady opted for a central back three while Ben Fox, out since September with an ankle injury, was amongst the substitutes alongside Sam Sherring, who was also making his return from injury.

Colby Bishop had the ball in the back of the net inside the opening five minutes at Fratton Park but the goal was correctly ruled out for off-side. It was only a brief reprieve for the Cobblers however with Pompey taking the lead soon after when Connor Ogilvie turned home a Marlon Pack free-kick.

Paddy Lane scored a superb solo goal to make it 2-0, curling a shot into the corner after latching onto a ball over the top from Pack.

Lintott drew a comfortable save from Will Norris at the end of a good move from the Cobblers but Pompey continued to look dangerous with every attack and it needed a vital interception from Jon Guthrie to prevent a third goal.

Brady was forced into a change when Sam Hoskins was unable to continue after failing to run off a knock with Louis Appere coming on for the final five minutes of the first half.

Portsmouth had a chance to increase their lead before the break when Lintott was penalised for a challenge but Lee Burge saved Colby Bishop’s spot-kick to keep the scoreline at 2-0.

The home side were reduced to ten men on 54 minutes with Tom McIntyre shown a straight red card following a late, high challenge on Mitch Pinnock.

Despite their numerical disadvantage Pompey increased their lead before the hour-mark, Paddy Lane finishing well after a swift counter-attack.

Callum Lang volleyed in at the back post to make it 4-0 before Kieron Bowie was denied by a good save from Norris. Ben Fox then made his return to action in a double change which also saw the introduction of Tyreece Simpson.

With the 90 minutes nearly up Norris made a good save to deny Appere but the Cobblers did bag a consolation thanks to a good finish from Marc Leonard whose fierce strike from 20-yards went in via the underside of the crossbar.

A few eyebrows were then raised when ten minutes of additional time were signalled by the fourth official but there were to be no more goals as Portsmouth clinched a 4-1 victory.


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Information ahead of the trip to Fratton Park

29 January 2024

Portsmouth v Northampton Town
Sky Bet League One
Saturday February 3rd 2024
Kick off 3.00pm


We have been allocated an initial 1,104 tickets for this game including 682 terrace tickets, 358 seating tickets as well as 50 ambulant disabled tickets. These are now on sale via and the Sixfields ticket office.

The tickets are located in the Milton End and all access into the away section is via the North East corner of the stadium and through turnstiles 19–22.

Block L is seated only. This area is adjacent to the home supporters but is separated by a 1.8m wall.

Ambulant seating is in Block L, Row S and R. Access to these seats can be either via the stairs which are located inside turnstiles 19 -22. The back row of this block is Row S, with the front being A which is accessible from the rear of the stand via steps.

Block M is sold as standing in Rows E – X and seating in Rows A - D

Please note that any person under the height 5ft 4in (162.5cm) will not be able to see the pitch in Row A.

Block N is sold as standing in Rows E - X and seating in Rows A - D

Please note that any person under the height 5ft 4in (162.5cm) will not be able to see the pitch in Row A.

Wheelchair supporters should note the viewing platform is at height. Access to these seats is via the lift and accessible toilets are located at the rear of the stand.

This is an all-ticket fixture. No supporters should travel without a ticket as none will be available on the day of the game.


This is the first season whereby licenced rail incorporated seating has been installed.

Those wishing to sit should purchase A-D Rows, those wishing to stand should purchase E – X Rows and will have their sight lines obstructed if they purchase in this area expecting to remain seated for the duration of the game.

There is no transferring between rows and those who have purchased in the seated area will be expected to stay seated.

Row X is at the back and Row A at the front (nearest to pitch)

Code of conduct for licenced standing areas.

Any child under 14 years of age MUST purchase with a ticket holder aged 18+ and they must enter the stadium together.

• Adult £25
• Senior (65+) £19
• Young Person (18-22) £17
• Junior (14-17) £10
• Child (2-13) * must be accompanied by an adult, 18+ £5
• Wheelchair £16
• Ambulant *with highest rate of PIP £17. If you are ambulant disabled, please check with Portsmouth as the information sent to us has changed during the sales process.
• Carers (require to be on highest rate of DLA) FOC

Any ticket collections on arrival can be collected from the Ticket Office in the Club Shop on Anson Road.

The car park is adjacent to the stadium and the post code is PO4 8SX which leads you into Anson Road off Rodney Road.

Portsmouth have five parking spaces for blue badge holders. These can be booked first come, first served from Sixfields. These are charged at £5.50 per space and a valid blue badge must be displayed.

Car parking is also available on a first come, first served basis at Milton Cross school and through the MYPARK app at Tesco Extra, Fratton. You can also book parking there via scanning the below QR Code:

Coach drop off and collection is in Rodney Road. There is no access into Anson Road. The coaches will need to then find a location to park during the match, there is parking at the D Day Museum, Clarence Esplanade, Southsea, PO5 3NT, and this is pay and display. Fifteen minutes before the end of the match, the coaches will need to be back for passengers at Rodney Road.

Portsmouth can provide this, but any requests must be made to Portsmouth at least three working days prior to the game to guarantee these.

ACCESSIBLE TOILETS are available at the away end. However, the baby change facility is currently located in the home section of the stadium.

ACCESSIBLE REQUESTS – If you have any access requirements or specific requests, please email

Portsmouth operate a no bag over the size of A4 policy.

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