Tickets still left for tomorrow's match
Wimbledon will be aiming to extend their unbeaten home run against Tranmere Rovers tomorrow and tickets are still available to get behind the Dons.
Neal Ardley’s men seek to round off their fixtures for October with victory against a Tranmere side now managed by the experienced Mickey Adams, who guided Rovers to a point in his first match in charge against Mansfield.
Below is a summary of ticket availability and other information.
to book online.Tranmere TicketsThe Paul Strank Stand is now sold out, but seat tickets are still available in the Nongshim Stand. Terrace tickets are also still remaining for the Chemflow End and Your Golf Travel terrace. Tickets can be booked from our online ticket shop until 11.00 am tomorrow morning. Click on
These will open from 12 noon tomorrow and the early match between West Ham United and Manchester City will be shown from 12.45 pm on TV screens. Tranmere supporters will be welcomed into the bar areas. Beers drinkers will be in for a treat as Hogsback Brewery AVB Damson in Distress (5 per cent) will once again be among a choice of ales.
.announcementTickets for this away match on Saturday, 1 November, will be available to purchase from the complimentary tickets window immediately after tomorrow’s game. For advance ticket prices, please view our previous
Packed with news, interviews and features, this is available at the usual price of £3 for 68 pages. Jack Smith is the subject of tomorrow’s in-depth player interview and the experienced full-back’s story highlights why it’s so important for footballers to use their spare time productively.
Man of the Match award
This will take place shortly after the game with Commercial Director Ivor Heller interviewing a player or two.